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Title: The Republic of Budjak: Next in line?
Authors: Kosienkowski, Marcin
Keywords: Budjak; Ukraine; Bessarabia; Russia; separatism
Issue Date: 2-Jan-2015
Citation: New Eastern Europe
Abstract: The idea of the Republic of Budjak appeared at the turn of the 1980s and 1990s within the process of a national awakening triggered by perestroika. The republic was supposed to include the localities where Gagauzians and Bulgarians lived in southern Moldova and, in another variant, were also in the neighboring southern part of the Ukrainian Odesa region. No such scenario was realised, however Gagauzians from Moldova managed to create their (separatist) republic that existed till 1994 when their region was granted autonomous status within a unitary state. From time to time, the idea of the Republic of Budjak had returned, including in 2014 during so-called Russian spring.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12153/1640
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