EUXEINOS - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region No. 15-16 - 12 / 2014: Moldova: A Borderland‘s Fluid History. Ed. by Diana Dumitru & Petru Negura The Soviet occupation of Bessarabia in June 1940 resulted in a flood of refugees, some of whom left the region by train. Editorial by Diana Dumitru and Petru Negura (PDF) 1812 and the Emergence of the Bessarabian Region: Province-Building under Russian Imperial Rule (PDF) by Victor Taki 1878, Before and After: Romanian Nation-Building, Russian Imperial Policies, and Visions of Otherness in Southern Bessarabia (PDF) by Andrei Cusco Between the Empire and the Nation-State: Metamorphoses of the Bessarabian Elite (1918) (PDF) by Svetlana Suveica From a "Libertation" to Another. The Bessarabian Writers During the First Year of Soviet Power (1940-1941): Integration Strategies and Forms of Exclusion (PDF) by Petru Negura How the Bessarabians were Perceived by the Romanian Civilian-Military Administration in 1941 (PDF) by Diana Dumitru "The Quiet Revolution": Revisiting the National Identity Issue in Soviet Moldavia at the height of Khrushchev's Thaw (1956) (PDF) by Igor Casu 1991: A Chronology of Moldova's independence (PDF) by Sergiu Musteata Justifying Separatism: The Year 1924, the Establishment of the Moldovan ASSR and History Politics in the Transnistrian Moldovan Republic (PDF) by Alexandr Voronovich Full text of the issue as PDF How to reference this issue: Dumitru, Diana & Negura, Petru, eds. "Moldova: A Borderland's Fluid History." Euxeinos - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region, no. 15 (2014).