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The present study intends to analyse the reflection of Romania's foreign policy in the parliamentary debates during 1899-1914. Furthermore, another proposed objective was to determine whether and how the Romanian foreign policy was influenced by the discussions in the Parliament. Considering the proposed objectives, I focused primarily on reading and analysing the parliamentary debates of that period, and where information was missing, due to the secret character of some meetings, I tried to fill the gaps by press, memoirs and journals or other sources. Although I did not intend to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The present study intends to analyse the reflection of Romania's foreign policy in the parliamentary debates during 1899-1914. Furthermore, another proposed objective was to determine whether and how the Romanian foreign policy was influenced by the discussions in the Parliament. Considering the proposed objectives, I focused primarily on reading and analysing the parliamentary debates of that period, and where information was missing, due to the secret character of some meetings, I tried to fill the gaps by press, memoirs and journals or other sources. Although I did not intend to exhaustively analyse the Romania's foreign policy during 1899-1914, for a pertinent and thoroughly investigation of the parliamentary debates regarding the proposed subject, I have studied edited sources of the Archives of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Historical Central Archives in Bucharest, as well as works on the history of international relations and Romania from that period.
Autorenporträt
Bunghez, Sebastian-Drago Sebastian-Dragos Bunghez (born December 30, 1971, Bacau, Romania), has obtained his Ph.D. in History in 2011. His doctoral thesis, titled Parlamentul i politica externa a României (1899-1914), was published in 2018 at the prestigious Mega publishing house in Cluj-Napoca. This book is an abridged version of his PhD thesis.