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Former Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski

In 2005, 14-year-old Macedonia became the second EU candidate member from former Yugoslavia after Croatia. Having largely avoided the horrors of the Yugoslav Wars, led by the strongly pro-European SDSM party, and with a preamble on European integration in its ...
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Each week we summarize the top 10 pieces of news from the Balkans. Compiled by: Kristijan Fidanovski   10. Kosovo-Serbia dialogue continues in Brussels (Balkan EU) 9. Turkey’s tourism in crisis (Balkan EU) 8. Talks on new Serbian government scheduled ...
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Each week we summarize the top 10 pieces of news from the Balkans. Compiled by: Kristijan Fidanovski   10. Former Croatian PM Kosor regrets blockade of Serbia (Balkan EU) 9. Kosovo becomes part of UEFA (Balkan EU) 8. Albania jails ...
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Each week we summarize the top 10 pieces of news from the Balkans. Compiled by: Kristijan Fidanovski 10. PM Dukanovic expects Montenegro to join NATO by mid-2017 (European Western Balkans) 9. Most Bulgarian parties back burqa ban (Balkan EU) 8. ...
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Each week we summarize the top 10 pieces of news from the Balkans. 10. Croatia’s biggest television channel accused of political purge (BIRN) 9. Serbia soon to submit negotiating position on Chapter 24 (European Western Balkans) 8. USA will deny visas ...
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  Mario Hristovkski, Alkis Stephanopoulous and Kristijan Fidanovski discuss the Macedonian name issue with moderator Alex Pantich. Bios for the participants can be found below: Mario Hristovski: Mario is a student at Ohio State University where he studies Business and International ...
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Each week we summarize the top 10 pieces of news from the Balkans.   10. Austria launches campaign to bring Albania and Kosovo closer to EU (Balkan EU) 9. NATO reaffirms continued commitment to KFOR (European Western Balkans) 8. Kosovo, Bosnia and ...
The Western Powers Tear Apart the Balkans

Identity in Eastern Europe has been a based on multiple, constantly differing criteria over the course of history. Whether it is language, religion, or ethnic affiliation, identities for many Balkan people have had a fluid meaning. One of these identities ...