Romanian Diplomacy An Illustrated History 1862-1947

DINU C. GIURESCU, RUDOLF DINU, LAURENT, IU CONSTANTINIU

Romanian Diplomacy An Illustrated History 1862-1947

INDICE
7 FOREWORD
9 ARGUMENT
I. OVERVIEW, Dinu C. Giurescu
13 Beginnings (1848-1853)
16 The Crimean War and the Romanian Principalities
16 Action towards the Union of the Principalities. Diplomatic Implications
21 Domestic Reforms. The Creation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
27 Towards State Independence
30 The Defensive Treaty with Austria-Hungary and Germany
30 War in the Balkans (1912-1913)
31 Romania’s Participation in the First World War
36 Rejoining of the National State. The Union with Bessarabia
38 The Union with Transylvania
40 The Union with Bukovina
40 Romania’s Foreign Policy during the Period 1919-1939
48 Foreign Policy in Second World War Years (1939-1947)
II. DIPLOMACY IN THE OLD KINGDOM (1878-1914), Rudolf Dinu
63 Independent Romania
69 Aspects of the Organization and Functioning of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1878-1914)

100 In Search of Security: the Danube Issue and the Alliance with the Central Powers (1880-1883)
129 Romanian Diplomacy in the Weltpolitik Era
153 The Bosnian Crisis (1908-1909)
162 Romania and the Balkan Wars (1912-1913)
178 The End of an Era (1913-1916)

III. ROMANIAN DIPLOMACY BETWEEN 1914 AND 1947, Laurenţiu Constantiniu
191 Between the Central Empires and the Entente (1914-1916)
194 Towards Greater Romania through Diplomacy and War (1916-1918)
204 From the Battlefield to the Negotiation Table (1919-1920)
216 Romania’s Security Architecture
226 Seeking a Modus Vivendi with Moscow (l929-1933)
232 The Quest for Collective Security (1933-1936)
246 Beyond Nicolae Titulescu (1936-1939)
261 The End of Greater Romania (1939-1940)
274 Military Front, Diplomatic Front (1941-1944)
300 Romania Enters Moscow’s Orbit (1944-1947)
315 ANNEX 1. ROMANIAN FOREIGN MINISTERS (1862-1947)
318 ANNEX 2. HEADS OF ROMANIA’S DIPLOMATIC MISSIONS (1859-1947)
332 NOTES
338 BIBLIOGRAPHY
341 INDEX

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