Claudia-Iohana Voicu
Claudia-Iohana Voicu
Conflict Researcher at the Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research; studies include international business and economics at the Bucharest University of Economic Studies and law at the University of Bucharest
Romania and the Belt and Road Initiative

Romania and the Belt and Road Initiative

Historically, Romanian territories have been frequently a key to the geopolitical ambitions of the rising players on the international arena due to their strategic geographic position, Romania being located at a crossroads between the East and West, between the CIS, Middle East and Western spheres of influence, on the Danube and the Black Sea’s shores, rich in natural resources and with one of the highest degrees of energy independence in Europe. Nowadays, an additional advantage comes from its human resources, its educated class standing out in essential niches like various branches of the IT sector. More



The Market For Ideas Association

The Romanian-American Foundation for the Promotion of Education and Culture (RAFPEC)

Amfiteatru Economic