Nicolaus Popescu

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Res apud Vicidata repertae:
Nicolaus Popescu: imago
Nativitas: 25 Aprilis 1981; Chisinovia
Patria: Moldavia, Unio Sovietica

Officium

Officium: Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Munus: legatus, civil servant, scriptor, politicus
Patronus: Institutum Scientiarum Politicarum Parisiense

Consociatio

Factio: Party of Action and Solidarity

Nicolaus Popescu, vulgo Nicolae sed saepius Nicu Popescu (Chisinoviae die 25 Aprilis 1981 natus) est eruditus Moldaviae.

Alumnus est Instituti Coniunctionum Internationalium Moscuensiis et universitas Europae Centralis. Operam dedit apud instituta varia politiae internationalis. Ab anno 2016 lector fuit apud Institutum Scientiarum Politicarum Parisiense. Suadente Maia Sandu minister rerum externarum Moldavicus meruit a die 8 Iunii 2019 usque ad 14 Novembris eiusdem anni.

Scripta[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • 2005 : The EU in Moldova: Settling Conflicts in the Neighbourhood Textus
  • 2007 : Europe's Unrecognised Neighbours: The EU in Abkhazia and South Ossetia Textus
  • 2008 (cum Mark Leonard et Andrew Wilson) : Can the EU Win the Peace in Georgia? Textus
  • 2009 (cum Andrew Wilson) : The limits of enlargement-lite: European and Russian power in the troubled neighbourhood Textus
  • 2010 (cum Susi Dennison et José Ignacio Torreblanca) : A Chance to Reform: How the EU Can Support Democratic Evolution in Morocco Textus
  • 2010 : EU Foreign Policy and Post-Soviet Conflicts: Stealth Intervention
  • 2011 (cum Ben Judah et Jana Kobzova) : Dealing with a post-BRIC Russia Textus
  • 2011 : Turning Presence Into Power: Lessons from the Eastern Neighbourhood Textus