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Vasile Pușcaș

Vasile Puşcaş
Born (1952-07-08)8 July 1952
Surduc, Sălaj County, Romania
Residence Romania
Citizenship Romania
Fields Politics, History, Pedagogy
Institutions University of Cluj,
European Parliament,
Romanian Parliament,
University of Bucharest
Alma mater University of Cluj
Doctoral advisor yes
Doctoral students yes
Known for Political activity
Influences Historical thought
Influenced political thought in Romania

Vasile Puşcaş (b. Surduc, July 8, 1952) is a Romanian politician, diplomat and International Relations professor.


During 2000-2004 he was the Romanian Chief Negotiator with the European Union,[1] and he is considered by many "responsible" for Romania's accession to the EU. A member of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies from 2000 to 2008, he belongs to the Social Democratic Party (PSD).


  • România spre Uniunea Europeană. Negocierile de aderare (2000-2004), Iaşi: Institutul European, 2007
  • România şi iar România. Note pentru o istorie prezentă, Cluj-Napoca: Eikon, 2007
  • European Negotiations. A Case Study: The Romania’s Accession to EU. Gorizia, IUIES, 2006
  • “Sticks and Carrots”. Regranting the Most-Favored-Nation Status for Romania (US Congress, 1990-1996) / “Bastoane şi Morcovi”, Reacordarea clauzei naţiunii celei mai favorizate (Congresul SUA, 1990-1996), Cluj-Napoca: Eikon, 2006
  • Relaţii internaţionale/transnaţionale, Cluj-Napoca: Sincron, 2005
  • Negociind cu Uniunea Europeană, 6 volume, ed. Economică, Bucureşti, 2003:
vol. I - „Documente iniţiale de poziţie la capitolele de negociere” (2003)
vol. II – „Initial Position Documents” (2003)
vol. III – „Preparing the External Environment of Negotiations” (2003)
vol. IV – „Pregătirea mediului intern de negociere” (2003)
vol. V – „Pregătirea mediului de negociere, 2003 – 2004” (2005)
vol. VI – „Comunicarea publică şi negocierea pentru aderare, 2003 – 2004” (2005)
  • Universitate-Societate-Modernizare, Presa Univ. Clujeană, Cluj-Napoca, 1995; Ediţia a II-a, 2003
  • Speranţă şi disperare - Negocieri româno-aliate, 1943-1944, Bucureşti, Ed.Litera, 1995; Ediţia a II-a, 2003
  • Relaţii internaţionale contemporane, Cluj-Napoca, Sincron, 1999; Ediţia a II-a, 2003
  • Căderea României în Balcani, Cluj-Napoca, Dacia, 2000
  • Pulsul istoriei în Europa Centrală, Cluj-Napoca, Sincron, 1998
  • Transilvania si aranjamentele europene. 1940-1944, Cluj-Napoca, Ed.FCR, 1995
  • Alma Mater Napocensis – Idealul universităţii moderne, Cluj-Napoca, Ed. FCR 1994
  • Dr. Petru Groza – pentru o „lume nouă”, Editura Dacia, 1985 (a fost interzisă şi arsă întreaga ediţie)


External links

  • Biography (Romanian)

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