Considerations upon international treaties which shaped the history of modern Romania (1918 - 2018)
|Author:||Prof PhD Cristian Jura|
This research will provide a new perspective on the history of Romania, in general, and on history of modern Romania (1918 – 2018), in particular, from the perspective of various and numerous international treaties signed with or without the participation of Romania and which influenced the destiny of our country. Certain internal legal documents important for the history of Romania will be also introduced. The first document presented at the beginning of this research will be the Decree no. 3631 regarding the validation of the Unification of Basarabia, Bukovina and Transylvania with Romania, on 24th of December 1918. One of the last treaties will be The Treaty of Accession 2005 which is an agreement between the member states of European Union and Bulgaria and Romania, which entered into force on 1 January 2007. Between the two documents, almost 100 years of history are comprised. The main method of research used in drafting this study is the content analysis – simple or comparative, as the case may be – approached in a manner specific to the research in the field of social-human sciences, respectively in the field of legal sciences and history. Therefore, this analysis is mainly qualitative (broadly speaking) and less quantitative, a few statistic aspects being however emphasized where they are naturally completing the analysis of some qualitative aspects. My personal experience in the last 20 years in the field of public international law has played a very important role in the paper herein.