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Zaev: Macedonia ‘May Wrap up Name Dispute by March’

Expressing a wish to put a speedy end to the ‘name’ dispute with Greece, possibly by spring, Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev tells BIRN that he is satisfied with his country’s general direction.

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Divisive Revolutionary's Statue Vanishes from Macedonian Capital

Macedonia has removed a divisive statue of an Ottoman-era revolutionary and assassin from the entrance to the Supreme Court in Skopje – as part of moves to distance itself from the legacy of the former government.

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Centralised or Decentralised, Balkan States Get it Wrong

Some Balkan countries have centralised political systems while others are decentralised – but both approaches have been taken to their extreme in the region and do not properly serve their purpose.

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‘Macedonians Don’t Know What to Do with Their Freedom’

Macedonians may have cast off their old authoritarian government – but only a more profound revolution in perspective can change the climate of lethargy and corruption, Slobodan Unkovski told BIRN.


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