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There is a very small probability that the opposition would give up on its intention, and would understand that, with its actions, it destroys the country's foundations, and deeply insults the Macedonian people, former diplomat Risto Nikovski emphasizes.
The first round of the French elections is now over and the traditional parties of France lost.
On Monday Carl Bildt, a former prime minister and former foreign minister of Sweden, jetted into Macedonia on behalf of his current employer, the European Council on Foreign Relations, an organization he co-chairs and which is lavishly funded by George So
The March 22 issue of TIME Magazine offered a stark cover with a black background with red lettering asking the provocative question: “Is Truth Dead?” It was an exact duplicate of their famous April 8, 1966 cover asking the question “Is God Dead?” The q
Albania’s Socialist Foreign Minister, Ditmir Bushati, gave a wide-ranging interview this past weekend with the Internet publication EURACTIV on a number of issues regarding the Balkans.
Two things this week, the first on the subject of identity and the second on the battle in Washington, DC on issues related to Macedonia.
Macedonia’s patriots continue their nightly marches across the entire Republic, singing, dancing, and all in good spirits because they are “happy warriors” fighting for the unitary character and sovereignty of Macedonia.
The political crisis in Macedonia will continue and all politicians must ask themselves what kind of responsibility they are holding.
Let’s assume, for a moment, that Ali Ahmeti is right – that life on earth is only about ethnic Albanians. What, specifically, in the Tirana Platform addresses the issues of job creation for Macedonia’s Albanians? “Nothing,” is the answer
As Macedonia resolves its recent elections and current political situation, it is clear Macedonians do not want any foreign interference or international propaganda to decide what’s in the best interest of their country.
Documentary filmmaker and professor, Tomas Petran, teaching at FAMU in Prague, and a professor at the Ohrid Film Academy (FIOFA) as well, says that a bit of a different kind of educational access is applied here.
I know that the anger and ire these days, among most Macedonians, is directed to Zoran Zaev. But, in light of Nagy’s quote, above, it’s worth going back in time, to 2001
Macedonia, a small and poor country in southern Europe, a remnant of the former Yugoslavia and whose third of the population is made up of ethnic Albanians, survives another Maidan.
Albanians have never been victims of ethnic cleansing.
The census is the only unrealized task of the Ohrid Framework Agreement and in this matter lies all the hypocrisy of the maximalist demands contained in the platform of the Albanian parties.
Both before and after the negotiations with DUI, VMRO-DPMNE said that it definitely won’t vote for the extension of the 18-month period of the SPO.
The first round of the French elections is now over and the ...
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"It is in vain to say human beings ought to be satisfied with tranquillity: they must have action; and they will make it if they cannot find it." Charlotte Brontë (21 April 1816 – 31 March 1855) was an English novelist ... read