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Panel Discussion

 Where does Romania go to from here? Romania and the Presidential Elections

Date 

   Monday, 1 December 2014

Venue

   Cañada Blanch Room, (COW 1.11),  1st floor, Cowdray House, LSE

Time

   6:00 - 7:30 pm

Discussants

   Dr Daniel Brett, Associate Lecturer, Open University 

   Dr Radu Cinpoes, Kingston University

   Dr Emanuel Coman, Oxford University
   Roxana Mihaila, Sussex University

   Ellie Knott, PhD candidate, Department of Government, LSE 

Chair

   Dr Sherrill Stroschein, LSEE Visiting Fellow, European Institute, LSE

Following the second round of the 2014 Romanian Presidential elections, the panellists will discuss the elections and the future direction of Romanian politics and society after Basescu's presidential term (2004-2014).

The event was organised by LSEE and Romanian-Moldovan Research Group|.

Questions were also asked via a live twitter feed: @RoMoWorkshop

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PHOTOS

Ellie Knott, PhD candidate, Department of Government, LSE and Dr Daniel Brett, Associate Lecturer, Open University before the start of the discussion 

The panel (from left to right)Dr Daniel Brett, Associate Lecturer, Open University; Ellie Knott, PhD candidate, Department of Government, LSE; Dr Sherrill Stroschein, LSEE Visiting Fellow, European Institute, LSE; Dr Emanuel Coman, Oxford University; Roxana Mihaila, Sussex University; Dr Radu Cinpoes, Kingston University

Dr Sherrill Stroschein opens the panel

 

Dr Daniel Brett, Associate Lecturer, Open University

Dr Radu Cinpoes, Kingston University

 

 

Dr Emanuel Coman, Oxford University

 

 

Roxana Mihaila, Sussex University

 

 

Ellie Knott, PhD candidate, Department of Government, LSE 

 

A Q&A session followed the discussion

 

Dr Claire Gordon, Teaching Fellow in East European politics at the European Institute, LSE

 

 

The audience demonstrated a keen interest in the discussion as Cañada Blanch Room was at full capacity long before the start of the event

 

 

Closing remarks from Dr Sherrill Stroschein

 

EVENT POSTER

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