Macedonia

10 January 2017
Macedonian Albanians Set Tough Conditions for Joining Next Gov’t

Albanian parties in parliament demand co-equal status for Albanian language before coalition talks can begin.

 
20 December 2016
Cool the Rhetoric, Brussels Tells Macedonian Top Pol

EU-backed election, meant to calm the roiling political waters, is having the opposite effect.

 

14 December 2016
Social Democrats Contest Macedonian Election Result

Far from ending the political crisis, this weekend’s elections might prolong Skopje’s political quagmire.

 
12 December 2016
Election Season in Southeastern and Eastern Europe Premium

Social Democrats win in Romania, while conservatives have slim lead in Macedonia, and Transdniester gets a new president. 

 

5 December 2016
Skopje Exhibition Brings Together Yugoslav-Era Artworks Premium

Previously scattered across the world, these art pieces belong to Skopje under the 2001 Yugoslav Agreement on Succession.  

 
28 November 2016
Spying Allegations Loom Over Macedonian Elections – Again Premium

Former PM Gruevski’s bid to reclaim office could derail the delicate ceasefire between conservatives and leftists.

 
8 November 2016
Macedonian Youngsters Making Hay From U.S. Elections Premium
Some Americans voting today to choose their next president may have been influenced by teenaged entrepreneurs in faraway Macedonia.
 
12 October 2016
Macedonians Stage Mass Anti-Gov’t Protest March Premium

Around 15,000 people marched in Skopje to honor WWII anti-fascist uprising, protest ruling VMRO DPMNE party’s ‘authoritarianism.’

 
5 September 2016
Canonization of Mother Teresa Reignites Disputes in the Balkans Premium

Kosovo, Macedonia, and Albania each claim the Catholic nun as their own daughter, based on her multiethnic origins.

 
1 September 2016
End of Macedonian Political Stalemate in Sight Premium

After a lengthy political crisis, and the postponement of early elections, Macedonia's main parties finally agree to go to the polls in December. 

 

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