Romania has been a member of the United Nations since 1955, NATO since 2004 and the European Union (EU) since 2007. The majority of Romania's population are ethnic Romanian and religiously identify themselves as Eastern Orthodox Christians, speaking Romanian, a Romance language. The Romanian Orthodox Church is the largest (and most traditional) church of the country. Etymology "Romania" derives from the local name for Romanian (Romanian: român), which in turn derives from Latin romanus, meaning "Roman" or "of Rome".
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 Scholars accepting the Daco-Roman continuity theory—one of the main theories about the origin of the Romanians—say that the cohabitation of the native Dacians and the Roman colonists in Roman Dacia was the first phase of the Romanians' ethnogenesis.  The Carpians, Goths and other neighbouring tribes made regular raids against Dacia from the 210s.  The Romans could not resist, and Emperor Aurelian ordered the evacuation of the province Dacia Trajana in 271.  Scholars supporting the continuity theory are convinced that most Latin-speaking commoners stayed behind when the army and civil administration was withdrawn.  The Romans did not abandon their fortresses along the northern banks of the Lower Danube for decades, and Dobruja (known as Scythia Minor) remained an integral part of the Roman Empire until the early 7th century.
Archived from the original (PDF) on 27 August 2008. Retrieved 31 August 2008. This seven-year period can be characterised as a gradualistic, often ambiguous transition away from communist rule towards democracy. ^ Hellman, Joel (January 1998). "Winners Take All: The Politics of Partial Reform in Postcommunist".
 Military Romanian marine troopers during a combined Dutch–Romanian exercise at Vadu beach The Romanian Armed Forces consist of land, air, and naval forces led by a Commander-in-chief under the supervision of the Ministry of National Defence, and by the president as the Supreme Commander during wartime. The Armed Forces consist of approximately 15, 000 civilians and 75, 000 military personnel—45, 800 for land, 13, 250 for air, 6, 800 for naval forces, and 8, 800 in other fields.  Total defence spending in 2007 accounted for 2.
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 In January 2011, Parliament passed a law that enforces "strict quality control on universities and introduces tough rules for funding evaluation and peer review".  Romania was ranked 48th in the Global Innovation Index in 2021, up from 50th in 2019.  The nuclear physics facility of the European Union's proposed Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) laser will be built in Romania.  In early 2012, Romania launched its first satellite from the Centre Spatial Guyanais in French Guiana.
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 Independence and monarchy Changes in Romania's territory since 1859 The Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca authorised the Russian ambassador in Istanbul to defend the autonomy of Moldavia and Wallachia (known as the Danubian Principalities) in 1774.  Taking advantage of the Greek War of Independence, a Wallachian lesser nobleman, Tudor Vladimirescu, stirred up a revolt against the Ottomans in January 1821, but he was murdered in June by Phanariot Greeks.  After a new Russo-Turkish War, the Treaty of Adrianople strengthened the autonomy of the Danubian Principalities in 1829, although it also acknowledged the sultan's right to confirm the election of the princes.  Mihail Kogălniceanu, Nicolae Bălcescu and other leaders of the 1848 revolutions in Moldavia and Wallachia demanded the emancipation of the peasants and the union of the two principalities, but Russian and Ottoman troops crushed their revolt.
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Spain vs Romania Preview: Where to Watch, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team NewsRonaldo defends Vinicius Junior from racial abuse by Real Valladolid fans Spain have been in fantastic form recently, having remained unbeaten in their last 10 games, sailing through Group F to secure their place at Euro 2020. Romania, on the other hand, will have to wait until the play-offs in March to see if they can earn a spot at next year’s tournament. That means that both teams will be merely playing for pride on Monday night as they face each other for the second time in the final matchday of the qualifiers. And with a close 2-1 victory to Spain last time round, we could be in for some more last-minute drama at the Wanda Metropolitano… Where to WatchWhen Is Kick Off? Monday 18 NovemberWhat Time Is Kick Off? 19:45 (BST)Where Is it Played? Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, MadridTV Channel/Live Stream? Sky Sports Football (UK)Referee? Alyaksey Kulbakow Team News Marco Asensio remains on the sidelines after suffering with a knee ligament injury over the summer, with fellow Real Madrid teammate Nacho also out until January.
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This surprise victory was attributed by many analysts to the implication of the Romanian diaspora in the voting process, with almost 50% casting their votes for Klaus Iohannis in the first round, compared to only 16% for Ponta.  In 2019, Iohannis was re-elected president in a landslide victory over former Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă.  The post–1989 period is characterised by the fact that most of the former industrial and economic enterprises which were built and operated during the communist period were closed, mainly as a result of the policies of privatisation of the post–1989 regimes.  Corruption has been a major issue in contemporary Romanian politics.  In November 2015, massive anti-corruption protests which developed in the wake of the Colectiv nightclub fire led to the resignation of Romania's Prime Minister Victor Ponta.
 Romania also declared its public support for Turkey, and Croatia joining the European Union.  Romania opted on 1 January 2007, to accede to the Schengen Area, and its bid to join was approved by the European Parliament in June 2011, but was rejected by the EU Council in September 2011. As of August 2019, its acceptance into the Schengen Area is hampered because the European Council has misgivings about Romania's adherence to the rule of law,  a fundamental principle of EU membership.  In December 2005, President Traian Băsescu and United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice signed an agreement that would allow a U. S.
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