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12.05.2001, 00:00
Juridical evaluation of the peacekeeping operations in transnistria in conformity with the international law
Peacekeeping operations involve both political activity and the use of an armed force, and they differ in a number of fundamental aspects from classic warfare and traditional combat. They pertain to a broad group of armed forces actions that have come to be known as "operations-other-than-war." In
View : ro   en   Marcel Garaz, IPP, 2001 // 182.151 Kb
10.04.2001, 00:00
About the situation in the East districts of the Republic of Moldova (1992 - 2000)
On 21 July 1992 in Moscow, presidents of the Republic of Moldova and the Russian Federation signed the Agreement “On the principles of peaceful settlement of the armed conflict in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova”. By signing this document the leadership of Moldova accepted the Ru
View : ro   en   Oazu Nantoi, IPP, April, 2001 // 103.076 Kb
07.04.2001, 00:00
Juridical study of the documents signed in the course of the negotiations process on the transnistrian conflict settlement
The Republic of Moldova’s statehood is a widely discussed topic among experts in constitutional law, yet we have to specifically note the fact that today the Republic of Moldova is a reality, an independent and sovereign state that emerged on the world map as a result of collapse of the Soviet empir
View : ro   en   Natalia Chirtoaca, April, 2001 // 227.486 Kb
03.04.2001, 00:00
The military aspect of the conflict settlement in the Eastern part of the Republic of Moldova
Until August 1991 on territory of the Republic of Moldova were about 30,000 Soviet military personnel. The biggest part of the military units belonged to 14th Army, which was subordinated to Odessa Military District. The strategic objective of the military district was Southwest Operational Theatre
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