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ECONOMIC SECURITY IN THE BLACK SEA AREA: CASE STUDY ROMANIA

Napoleon Pop () and Andreea-Emanuela Dragoi ()
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Napoleon Pop: Institute for World Economy Romanian Academy, ROMANIA
Andreea-Emanuela Dragoi: Institute for World Economy Romanian Academy, ROMANIA

Global Economic Observer, 2018, vol. 6, issue 2, 147-157

Abstract: Security in the Black Sea Area is becoming an issue of increasing interest nowadays, not only for coastal countries, but also for NATO. It is obvious that for the coastal countries security is an issue of a vital importance especially considering the protection they need against the aggressively actions taken by Russia (having in mind the military actions conducted in the Eastern and Southeast Ukraine that followed the Russian annexation of Crimea). While in the literature in the field security issues in the Black Sea region are so far primarily discussed in military terms, it is our believe that for finding a new equilibrium in the region an economic analysis of the existing situation would be necessary in order to expose the cooperation interest for the coastal countries thus enable them to build a proper security environment. In the case of Romania, some references are devoted to two counties, Constanța and Tulcea, where a new approach for an economic synergy is to be considered as an immediate tusk.

Keywords: economic security; Black Sea Area; Romania; geopolitics; economic cooperation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F F02 F F (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-12
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