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Branko Geroski Criticizes the Dogmatism of FYROMian Government [16-IV-2009]

Branko Geroski, editor-in-chief of “Sega” weekly, attacks the stubborn lack of desire by the Government of FYROM to find a compromise solution in the name dispute between Skoplje and Athens.

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NEW UNITED VILLAGES OF FLORINA

“I’d rather be first in a little village, than second in Rome.” Julius Caesar.     One wonders then what Danforth would make of the New United Villages of Florina, an organisation that purports to unite associations representing the villages of Florina but in effect does so much more. Yiannis Papadimitriou, the president of the association, explains that the New […]

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Skopjan irredentism during the protest of Vienna 29-03-08

Skopjan irredentism during the protest of Vienna 29-03-08

Looks like Skopjans never miss a chance to show the the real sad face of Skopjan Irredentism.  We have seen before images taken during Skopjan Melbourne’s protest on May. These are fotos sent by one of our readers showing  during the Skopjan protest of Vienna in 29-03-08. Once again the spectacle is one of the same. Irredentist maps of “United Macedonia“ while including of course Greek and Bulgarian […]

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FYROM Irredentism against neighbouring states – an almost daily Phenomenon

It appears that expressions of Irredentist claims in FYROM has became an almost daily phenomenon to the point it doesnt surprise anyone anymore. This irredentist mentality of FYROM Slavs against neighboring states appears sadly to become stronger and stronger every day, while it constitutes a main problem both for FYROM’s relations with neighbouring States like Greece and certainly the main reason why the doors of EU and NATO will close […]

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The Balkan ghosts of Irredentism

Dr. George Voskopoulos July 01, 2008 World politics have been characterised by contending trends. Change and continuity have been the two poles of analysing the world state-centric system. In regional terms we also witness similar trends, yet in the Balkan aspects of continuity and the peoples´ inability to adapt to a new era this is more than an inherent systemic […]

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Greek immigration in United States by Henry Prat Fairchild