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Adriana CÎTEIA, Phragmos- The Borderland Between the Byzantine Empire and the Paradise ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.5
Adetunji Ojo OGUNYEMI, Kemi ROTIMI, Between Altruism, Colonial Hegemony and ‘Nationalist’ Struggles: Lessons from the Alleged Fraud in the National Bank of Nigeria, 1952-1953 ”Obafemi Awolowo” University, Ile-Ife, Nigeriap.17
Philip AKPEN, Electricity Regulatory Institutions in Nigeria: From Colonial to Post-Colonial Periods University of Abuja, Nigeria.p.37
Florin ANGHEL, The Correct Price of Bulgarian Communism: Romania as an External Propaganda Instrument (1947) ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.57
Gabriel Stelian MANEA, An Episode in the History Of Romanian Orthodox Communities in America: the Election of Bishop Victorin Ursache in 1966 ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.75
Elizabeth BISHOP, ”Indemnity Against The Government”: Prisons and Prisoners in Hashemite Iraq During the Cold War Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, USA.p.85
Cristian BENŢE, Florina TUDORACHE, Migration, Integration and their Political and Social Consequences – the Particular Case of Catalonia ”Vasile Goldiş” Western University of Arad, Romaniap.99


Ioana Feodorov, Tipar pentru creștinii arabi. Antim Ivireanul, Atanasie Dabbas și Silvestru al Antiohiei, / Print for Arab Christians. Antim Ivireanul, Atanasie Dabbas and Silvestru of Antioch/, Muzeul Brăilei „Carol I”, Editura Istros, 2016, 399 pages, Iolanda ȚIGHILIU – ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.113
Alin Ciupală, Bătălia lor. Femeile din România în Primul Război Mondial [Their Battle. Women in Romania in The First World War], București, Polirom, 2017, 367 pages + 22 illustrated pages, Ștefan PETRESCU – Institute of South East European Studie, Romanian Academy, Bucharestp.117
Steven Lee Myres, Noul Țar, Editura Corint, București, 2016, 764 pages, Cristina ISPAS – ”Ovidius” University of Constanța, Romaniap.121