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Adrian Vițalaru, Ionuț Nistor, Adrian-Bogdan Ceobanu
Romanian Diplomatic Corps (1918-1947):
Recruitments, Professional Ways, Intellectual Profiles
1st Edition 2020. 338 pages, EUR 39,90
The 18 studies of this volume not only propose original interpretations
about the evolution of the Romanian diplomatic corps, but also use new sources
and methods of investigation regarding the construction of the profession.
The volume does not present the history of the diplomatic negotiations conducted
by Romania in the first half of the 20th century, nor is it a history of the treaties and
relations between states. It is a harmonic attempt, although composed of different
perspectives, to reconstruct the organization and functioning of the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs, especially the professional routes, recruitment, training, roles,
social relations and political involvement of Romanian diplomats.
Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Diplomacy: from Art to Theory and Practice.
Codifications and Historiographical Perspectives
Decision-Making in Foreign Policy during Interwar Romania.
Historical Outline of an Institutional Architecture .
Grigore Gafencu's Foreign Policy Viewed by the Italian Historian Mario Toscano
Diplomacy "Behind Closed Doors".
Take Ionescu and the Banat Problem at the Paris Peace Conference
A Changing World – A Changing Profession
New Times, Old Diplomats: Romanian Diplomatic Corps after the First World War (1918-1920)
Recruiting the Staff of Romania's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the First Decade of the Interwar Period:
Legation Attaché Entrance Exams
Nicolae Titulescu, the Romanian who Understood how Great Britain Works
Diplomacy and Propaganda. The Beginning of Constantin Diamandi Diplomatic Mission in Paris (1924-1925)
Sturdza – Stomoniakov Talks in Riga and the Romanian – Soviet Pact of Non-Aggression in 1932
Diplomacy in Wartime
The Soviet Annexation of Latvia, 1939-1940, through the Eyes of a Romanian Diplomat:
The Quest for a Compromise.
The Balkan Front and Vasile Stoica's Mission in Ankara (March 1939 – June 1940)
General Dănilă Papp, Romania's Minister to Vatican (1941-1943)
White Collars in the Blue Collar World
Raoul Bossy: A Portrait of a Diplomat between Two Worlds .
Tudor Vianu – the Diplomatic Mission of an Intellectual to Belgrade
A "Policy Towards the East": A Turning Point or a Continuation
in Romania's Foreign Policy? (1945-1947)
Towards a Romanian Foreign Policy under the Soviet Rules.
Mihai Ralea's Diplomatic Mission in Washington (1946-1949)
From the Past of a "New" Diplomat:
Gheorghe Vlădescu-Răcoasa, Ambassador in Moscow (1948-1949)
Romanian Diplomats in Washington:
from Classical Nepotism to Communist Loyalty (1946-1950)
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