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Protecting the brand name Macedonia – lessons from Byzantine Diplomacy

Protecting the brand name Macedonia – lessons from Byzantine Diplomacy

By Miltiades Elia Bolaris A 2007 article by the Greek political scientist Constantinos Holevas, originally published in Antibaro, a Greek magazine made its re-appearance in the Akritas Macedonian blog recently. http://akritas-history-of-makedonia.blogspot.com/ It is titled “The importance of the name and Byzantine Diplomacy”. Professor Holevas reminded us in this article that the Byzantines never called their state Byzantium. They called themselves […]

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Letter to the Editor of Washington Post by a Reader

Letter to the Editor of Washington Post by a Reader

Mr Whitlock I’m writing to you regarding your recent article published on Washington post on Tuesday, July 28, 2009 concerning the Macedonian issue. I’m one of those people that you and others unfortunately have choose to ignore, either because of ignorance or deliberately. I hope in your article we’re talking about the first case. This group of people i include […]

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