Analysis 05 Jan 12

Macedonia: Putting the World Court to Use

Macedonia will make maximum use of the recent ICJ ruling in 2012, while local elections set for early 2013 will be the main domestic political distraction.

Sinisa Jakov Marusic
BIRN
Skopje

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