Romania's foreign policy in the twentieth century

Journal Title: International Journal of Research in Social Sciences - Year 2017, Vol 7, Issue 12


During the twentieth century Romanian foreign policy has changed quite radical changes due to the possibility target the objectives established and international context. Romania entered this century with the objectives of preserving the independence and integrity country and union with neighboring provinces under imperial rule: Transylvania, Bessarabia and Bukovina. For their implementation at the beginning of World War in part (1914- 1918) she was a member of the Triple Alliance with Germany, Austria - Hungary and Italy, but entered into an agreement on war policy and military that the Entente (Britain, France, Russia, Italy) had recognized their rights over Transylvania and Bucovina. In the present paper I analyzed the Romania's foreign policy in the twentieth century.

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DragosIonut Onescu


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DragosIonut Onescu (2017). Romania's foreign policy in the twentieth century. International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 7(12), -.