Situation Report: Romania, 10 January 1985

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Situation Report: Romania, 10 January 1985
Munich (Germany): 10 January 1985
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15 p.


Content Table:
  1. Romania Rejects Hungarian "Revanchism" and Defends Its Nationality Policy / by Anneli Maier
  2. Joint Commission of Romania and the European Economic Community Meets / by A. Gherghel
  3. Land Development Threatens Danube Delta / by Dan Ionescu
  4. Poet Paunescu Straddles the Political Fence / by Crisula Stefanescu


Creation Note:
An information bulletin produced by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty based on extensive monitoring of communist bloc news outlets and primarily intended for internal circulation. Pieces were generally contributed by the staff of the research and analysis departments and treated current affairs in the region.
There is a correction to the document in Situation Report: Romania, 22 January 1985 (46-1-2).
Records of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute: Publications Department: Situation Reports (HU OSA 300-8-47)
Associated Names:
Ionescu, Dan (author)
Part of Series:
Situation Reports Romania


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HU OSA 300-8-47-209-1
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"Situation Report: Romania, 10 January 1985", 10 January 1985. HU OSA 300-8-47-209-1; Records of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty Research Institute: Publications Department: Situation Reports; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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