New book on Romania to hit bookshelves in November

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In Romania, the book will be launched at the Gaudeamus International Book and Education Fair on November 27-28, and in Washington and London throughout the month. The book is being published to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, and attempts to tell the story of the “Romanian miracle, beyond Dracula, beyond orphans, beyond Communism, to the vibrant culture, unique history, and 21st century skills which define modern Romania.” Rosapepe represented the United States as ambassador to Romania from 1998 to 2001. He currently heads an investment firm active in the US and Europe and serves on the boards of several funds investing in Eastern Europe and other emerging markets. Kast is a veteran journalist, well known to viewers of PBS, ABC and CNN and to listeners of National Public Radio. For ABC, she reported on the collapse of Communism from Moscow and Tbilisi, and covered Hillary Clinton's first trip to Eastern Europe. She currently hosts AARP's weekly newsmaker cable TV show, Inside E Street, as well as her own daily magazine show on WYPR, the public radio station in Maryland.

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