Marius-Cristian Neacșu
Marius-Cristian Neacșu
Geographer and geopolitician, Associate Professor, Ph.D., the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, specialized in socio-urban geography, human geography and geopolitics
The Geography that Forged Our History

The Geography that Forged Our History

I do not know if we, Romanians, have a fixation for numbers, I tend to believe not, but we certainly have a penchant for inaugurations: we inaugurate whatever, in any way, just in case. We have reached the performance to crown them all, in 2018, of cutting the ribbon on a school toilet (!), or an end of a road that goes from nowhere to anywhere, and many others. We inaugurate with great pomp the openings of new “construction sites”, no matter which construction, because/although we are certain of one thing, that we will never finish them. More

No. 7-8, Sep.-Dec. 2017 2017


The Euro-Intifada

The Euro-Intifada

“God created man. Man created religion. Man destroyed God. Religion killed man”. For some reason, these words from Steven Spielberg’s first Jurassic Park film come to mind. The film was pure fiction, and it was about dinosaurs, but who would have guessed that such a simple paraphrase could sketch out the very real, non-fictitious scenario of a present time that churns out one blockbuster after another: Paris I, Paris II, Brussels I etc. More

No. 1, Sep.-Oct. 2016 2016


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OEconomica No. 1, 2016