The current edition of the FES/ APE foreign policy newsletter is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Moldova and proclamation of independence from the former Soviet Union. The protagonists of this edition come up with memories and impressions about the moment of August 27, 1991, but also about what followed in the following three decades in the Republic of Moldova. The newsletter contains a series of interviews, including an interview with the only deputy who also served in the first Parliament of the Republic of Moldova, Mr. Vasile Șoimaru, but also interviews with journalist Cornelia Cozonac, director of the Center for Journalistic Investigations in Moldova (CIJM) and the writer Iulian Ciocan. You can also read an editorial signed by the executive director of APE, Victor Chirilă, about what this important moment in the recent history of the Republic of Moldova meant. Read more here.
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International Politics and Society is a young magazine with a much older heritage.
Launched in January 2017, the online journal highlights global inequality and brings new perspectives on issues such as the environment, European integration, international relations, social democracy and development policy. IPG in English
The FES maintains offices in 33 countries of Western Europe, Central and South-East Europe, the CIS-countries, and also in the USA and Japan. It co-operates in this process with partners from various societal groups and organisations, such as trade unions, political parties, educational and research institutions, public administrations, and also city and local governments. read more