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Radu Colonescu
Attended Universiteit Maastricht
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25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall #GoogleDoodle
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VLADIMIR PUTIN did not take long to show what he thought of Barack Obama’s warning shot that there would be “consequences” for continued Russian military...
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Despite Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych's shaky call for a truce, violence spiraled out of control on the streets of Kiev on Thursday.
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#gettomaidan - the new hashtag for everyone in Kiev, who's going to the city center and help the protesters withstand the police.
Watch the live stream: http://5.ua/live #Euromaidan #Ukraine #EU 
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The government, fearful that the police would not obey its orders, bussed in several thousand plain-clothed bull-neck thugs armed with iron rods from the regions to intimidate the students and provoke clashes. Mr Yanukovych’s Party of the Regions' deputies tried to block the leaders of the opposition from entering a television studio and going on air. The American ambassador in Kiev issued a stern warning to Mr Yanukovych not to use force against the demonstration. But Mr Yanukovych waited until 4am, when the crowd had dispersed to just a few hundred people and most journalists had gone to bed, to attack those who were left to guard Maidan Square.
THUGS and thieves always prefer to act in the early hours of the morning. So did Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’s president.Less than 24 hours after he ruined the...
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Viewed from the Balkans, the revolution in Ukraine and Russia’s military intervention are a vivid reminder of how violent struggles can erupt in a European state whose political life is distorted by irresponsible leadership, rampant corruption and
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A presidential election is due in 2015: it should happen this year instead, preferably without Mr Yanukovych. His regime has featured rampant cronyism, the persecution of his rivals, suborning of the media and nobbling of the courts, now topped off by slaughter. But he will be hard to move. Built like a bouncer, he twists like a weasel; he is likely to try to wriggle out of any commitments he makes when he thinks the crisis has passed. If so, the tycoons who have sustained his power, and who have much to lose in this madness, must force him out.
CIVIL strife often follows a grimly predictable pattern. What at first seems a soluble dispute hardens into conflict, as goals become more radical, bitterness...
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Led Zeppelin comes to +Spotify

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Without Presseurop? http://zite.to/1k2MoLI

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    Politics and Administration, 2008 - 2009
  • American University in Bulgaria
    European Studies, 2003 - 2007
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