The election of a Socialist and pro-Russian candidate in December 2016 as president of Moldova marks a new turn in Moldovan politics. This is in contrast with the pro-Western attitudes of the previous government. Political instability and changing international orientations, as emphasized by this article, are partly due to political alternative victories of parties supported by different social groups. Focusing on young people's activism, the article underlines the differentiation between the political success made possible by street protests in April 2009 and the political failure in December 2016. The findings may add a new explanation to Moldova's permanent instability.
Young People and Political Activism in Moldova: Why Online Mobilization Is Not Enough for Democratic Consolidation
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Dragoș Dragoman, Sabina-Adina Luca; Young People and Political Activism in Moldova: Why Online Mobilization Is Not Enough for Democratic Consolidation. Communist and Post-Communist Studies 1 June 2020; 53 (2): 76–92. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/cpcs.2020.53.2.76
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