Introduction This chapter examines the foreign policy of Romania in the context of European integration. The first section looks at institutional adaptation and change of foreign policy-making and the coordination of European affairs. The second section discusses the role of interests and preferences in the formulation of national foreign policy in the context of the foreign and security policy of the European Union. The third section focuses on priority strategies and actions pursued by Romania within the EU framework as well as the limits of foreign policy Europeanization. The last section sums up the key points and concludes the chapter.