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FYROM – Europeanization Instead of Revival

FYROM – Europeanization Instead of Revival

Skopje Koha e Re 05 May 10 p 11   Commentary by Ermira Mehmeti: “Europeanization Instead of Revival”   Political developments in the Western Balkans seem to tend in the direction of replacing the European integration agenda with old policies, typical for the countries of the region when their Euro-Atlantic future seemed unattainable.  The political situation in Bosnia-Herzegovina [B-H] is […]

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FYROM: In 2010, With 2001 Mentality

FYROM: In 2010, With 2001 Mentality

Skopje Lajm 30 Apr 10 – 02 May 10 pp 2,3   Report by Albina Hajdari: “In 2010, With 2001 Mentality!”   The political situation in [FYR]Macedonia is very critical because the authorities may stage an armed incident in Albanian areas in order to avoid international pressure over the issue of the name of the country and over the implementation […]

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Gruevski May Destabilize FYROM

Gruevski May Destabilize FYROM

Skopje 24 Ore 21 Apr 10 p 4   Report by Suat Saqipi: “Gruevski May Destabilize Macedonia”   IPR [the Albanian-based Regional Prognosis Institute] Chairman Koco Danaj has told 24 Ore that it is Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski who is working for the partition of [FYR]Macedonia, while the ethnic Albanian politicians — in his view — work for unity and […]

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FYROM – Federalization Rumored in Strasbourg

FYROM – Federalization Rumored in Strasbourg

Skopje 24 Ore 15 Apr 10 p 3 Report by Muamer Saqipi: “Federalization Rumored in Strasbourg” If the institutions continue to block the implementation and advancement of the Albanians’ demands deriving from the Oher [Ohrid] accord, that will then in turn necessitate putting the federalization project on the table.  This idea is now being considered and has already become a […]

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Observations on the Federalization of FYROM

Observations on the Federalization of FYROM

Skopje Lajm in Albanian 17 Mar 10 pp 12, 13   Commentary by Milaim Fejziu, lecturer at the Albanian Diplomatic Academy and foreign public relations secretary of the National Democratic Union: “General Osbervations on Federalization”   Why is the federalization of FYROM a correct and sustainable solution? Because, first, a federal FYROM would be the right test for democracy in FYROM and […]

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Thaci threatens with war and seperation if Albanians in FYROM continue being humiliated

Thaci threatens with war and seperation if Albanians in FYROM continue being humiliated

  The Albanians in FYROM are being humiliated and if Nikola Gruevski continues conducting his current policy then most likely we have a war and separation of the country. This is what Menduh Thaci and his party – the Democratic Party of Albanians (DPA) declared according to Vecer Daily. The newspaper cited a statement made by the leader of DPA for the […]

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Recent Real Historical Tragedy – The Albanian Encyclopedia

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council January 05, 2010 Recently, Mr. Nijazi Muhamedi (President of the editorial board of the new ‘fictional’ Albanian Encyclopedia) stated: “The ancient warrior king Alexander the Great, was neither Greek, nor Macedonian, but Albanian” (http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/main/news/24745/). His book ‘Albanian Macedonia’, was launched in Tetovo, in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) this week. Mr. Muhamedi said that […]

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1913 – ‘The History of Nations’: The majority of Macedonian Slavs are of Bulgarian Race and Speech

1913 – ‘The History of Nations’: The majority of Macedonian Slavs are of Bulgarian Race and Speech

More evidence coming from Henry Lodge’s “the History of Nations” where it is stated explicitely the Slavs of Macedonia are either Bulgarians or Serbs. The distinction between them is a political one rather than a racial one. The population of Macedonia consisted of Bulgarians, Serbs, Turks, Greeks, Vlachs and Albanians. The fictitious concept of the alleged “ethnic Macedonians” was not found here […]

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Gruevski’s deadline: March 31, 2010

Focus Information Agency reports: In case the problem is not resolved by the end of March, Ali Ahmeti will announce to Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski he is leaving the coalition, resources of the newspaper said. According to them, despite the differences in the approach towards the name issue, DUI and VMRO-DPMNE has not agreed under several other issues, which has […]

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Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the name Pyrrhus

By Miltiades Elia Bolaris Balkan Illusion – phantasia archaica: “…it is very interesting to note that many of the authentic ancient Macedonian words, according to their etymology and pronunciation, have a striking resemblance to the appropriate words used in the modern Macedonian language (and other so called “Slav”[sic] languages). “Pyri(as).The root of this name could be connected to the noun […]

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