Nicholas DIMA, PhD*
Summary. Romania is a well-endowed country and a blessed land, but its geopolitical location is a curse. Currently, the country is again a pawn between NATO and the United States on the one hand and Russia on the other. At the same time, the European Union is advancing an internationalist policy that ignores the national interests of the member countries. And this time Romania is led by political leaders that put personal interests before the needs of the country. Where is Romania going? This article focuses on the national priorities of Romania, which is caught again between competing powers and interests.
Key words: Romania, America (US), Russia, The European Union (EU), NATO
* PhD Nicholas DIMA, Retired Professor, USA