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HISTORICAL YEARBOOK

VOLUME XVII, 2020

Contents
Iskra BAEVA, BULGARIAN SPECIFICS OF THE SOCIAL CRISIS THAT PUT AN END TO THE COMMUNIST REGIME AND THE CHALLENGES THAT BULGARIA FACED ON ITS PATH TO DEMOCRACY AND MARKET ECONOMY – “St. Kliment Ohridski” University of Sofia, Bulgariap.5

COMMUNISM – POLICIES AND MEMORY

Florin ANGHEL, IRON CURTAIN OF MEMORIES: DEALING WITH SOVIET LIBERATION OF BULGARIA IN SEPTEMBER 1944 – ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.21
Gavin BOWD, VISITS, VISTAS AND VICISSITUDES: BRITISH COMMUNISTS AND ROMANIAN PEOPLE’S DEMOCRACY – University of St Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdomp.37
T.O. SMITH, MALCOLM MACDONALD AND KING NORODOM SIHANOUK: A BRITISH DIPLOMAT AND THE ALLURE OF CAMBODIAN ELEPHANT DIPLOMACY – Huntington University, Indiana, USAp.53
Gabriel Stelian MANEA, A SUSPICIOUS SILENCE. THE WEST ABOUT THE CASE OF GHEORGHE CALCIU-DUMITREASA – ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.73

ROMANIA – BORDERS AND ECONOMIC INTERESTS

Doru LIXANDRU, GÉOGRAPHES, CARTES ET TERRITOIRE NATIONAL: IMAGINER LA FRONTIÈRE ROUMANO-HONGROISE DE L’ENTRE-DEUX-GUERRES – Centre d’Études Sociologiques et Politiques Raymond Aron (CESPRA), EHESS/CNRS Paris, Francep.99
Alexandru D. AIOANEI, THE BRITISH ECONOMIC INTERESTS IN ROMANIA IN THE PERIOD 1944-1946 – “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași, Romaniap.115

THE QUEST FOR POWER – WAR, PROPAGANDA AND
ARMED RESISTANCE

Adriana Claudia CÎTEIA, THREE VISIONS OF INNER SELF AND HUMAN IDENTITY IN THE RENNAISSANCE PHILOSOPHY – ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.133
Nikolaos MAVROPOULOS, ESTABLISHMENT OF A TROUBLED COLONY 1899-1904: ITALIANS IN SOMALIA – European University Institute, Firenze, Italyp.143
Christopher HULSHOF, AN ABERRATION OR THE NEW NORM?: EXAMINING AMERICA’S USE OF TORTURE DURING THE 21ST CENTURY – University of Wisconsin-Madison, USAp.157

REVIEW

Marius-Mircea Crișan (editor), Dracula. An International Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, Palgrave Gothic, Basingstoke, Hampshire, 2017, XI+280 pages. Bogdan POPA – ”N. Iorga” History Institute, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romaniap.169