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The changes of 1989 transformed the European order and removed old certainties. New actors emerged on the international scene while others disintegrated. A nascent democracy, Romania has several particular features that place her in a distinctive position. Once democratization advances, more and more actors get actively involved in all the issues belonging to the public sphere. The investigation of the political, societal, and environmental sectors provided outcomes that were used in assessing how advanced is actually the democratization process in Romania. The political sector is the most sensitive when matters related to national security come to public attention. In the environmental field, de-securitization is not desirable until the governing elite does not assume genuinely the responsibilities related to environmental protection.

Keywords:democratization; environmental protection; environmental sector; national security; political sector; Romania



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