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It may be best known as the land of Olympic gymnasts, bleak orphanages, and Dracula, but Romania today is a flourishing democracy. A former U-S ambassador on why Romania thrived after the fall of communism and lessons for other budding democracies.
- Jim Rosapepe U.S. Ambassador to Romania from 1998 to 2001. He currently heads an investment firm. He has written about economic and security issues for the Wall Street Journal, the Baltimore Sun, and the Harvard International Review.
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