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Macedonian Name Issue – Response to the guest column by Argie Bellio (December 29)

Macedonian Name Issue – Response to the guest column by Argie Bellio (December 29)

The following letter is in response to the guest column by Argie Bellio (December 29). December 31 ,2010 The following letter is in response to the guest column by Argie Bellio (December 29). In terms of strategic significance, that of Greece outweighs that of the insignificant and pathetic regime in Skopje. Greece is a front line state in the war […]

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Skopje’s Unrelenting Provocations against Greece

Skopje’s Unrelenting Provocations against Greece

 Ivica Bosevski continues to depict FYROM as a victim while continuing to ignore his government’s unrelenting provocations against Greece. The refusal of his government to make reasonable concessions that are consistent with historical and geographical realities in the Balkans is precisely the reason why this dispute with Greece remains alive. Over the past year, media reports circulating have stated that […]

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A Greek response to Victor Friedman’s views on Macedonia and Balkan multilingualism

                           Ime romeos e xeuro plus glose                                    Fazio degli Uberti, Il Dittamondo, 3.23.36 March, 2009 In his interview on Balkanalysis.com (12/14/2008) [1], Linguistics professor and Balkan Studies scholar Victor Friedman portrays Greeks as a most undemocratic and oppressive nation, from ancient to present time, and places the role of Greece in the Balkans in a most negative light. The core […]

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