Between donkey carts and radar, the EU's newest members work to shore up their borders
Over the creek, past a small house and up a dirt track, it's pitch dark near the Romanian-Moldovan frontier, a place that will soon be the outer edge of the expanded European Union. In the dark, a border policeman watches over an unmarked van parked along the ridge. Inside, two men in green Frontiera Politiei uniforms stare at large mounted black-and-white monitors. "This equipment can spot a rabbit if one decides to make a move," says Dan Barbacariu, an officer in the Frontiera ...
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