Ana-Maria Pașcu
Ana-Maria Pașcu
Record to Report Accountant with a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Economics from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies; currently a student at the Faculty of International Business and Economics, the Management of International Business Master’s Program; interested in corporate finance, international relations and diplomacy
Is Neutrality the Answer?

Is Neutrality the Answer?

Ever since before the establishment of the first settlements, people engaged in wars for various reasons, at first for survival and territorial expansion and then out of economic, political, religious and ideological reasons. When talking about war, one would automatically think of its destructive repercussions in terms of the human, cultural and economic losses suffered by the belligerent states and less to their supposed gains. Thus, in the light of the negative consequences brought by armed conflicts over the course of history, it is only natural that some countries decide to avoid war, step aside and choose neutrality.  More



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