Cezar Stanciu

Cezar Stanciu (b. 1980) is Senior Lecturer at Valahia University of Târgovişte and researcher at the “Grigore Gafencu” Center for the History of International Relations and Cultural Heritage in Târgovişte, Romania. He gained his doctoral degree in history in 2008 and published numerous articles and books on Romania’s foreign policy during the Communist regime, in Romania, Finland, Great Britain, Italy, Portugal and the United States. Currently he teaches courses on 20th century European and Romanian political history, International Relations and European integration while also acting as doctoral advisor at the Doctoral School of Economics and Humanities. Areas of interest: Romanian-Soviet relations, Romania’s foreign policy in the Cold War, ideology in international relations, small states in the Cold War. Monographs published: Devoted to the Kremlin. The alignment of Romania’s foreign policy to the Soviet coordinates (Cetatea de Scaun, 2009); The War of Nerves. Disputes Ceaușescu-Brezhnev 1965-1971 (Cetatea de Scaun, 2011); Nicolae Ceaușescu and the World Communist Movement (Cetatea de Scaun, 2014).




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