Skopje declares right to ‘Macedonian culture’ while Athens denies existence of a Macedonian minority in Greece.
Now that the country has signed its NATO accession agreement and officially changed its name, the United States, among others, should step up to the plate and boost support.
Greek parliament could follow suit within days if the government wins tomorrow’s confidence vote.
Budapest denies aiding the former leader’s escape but admits he gave advance notice of his intention to request asylum.
Activists in Macedonia have won a fight for clean water despite years of dismissal by the former government. From Global Voices.
Out of legal options and with more court cases looming, the once-powerful leader takes to his heels.
Online campaigns calling for a boycott of the referendum and fake news sites have compounded the country’s media literacy problem. From The German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Prime Minister Zaev vows to hold vote in parliament over name change that, if approved, would pave the way for EU and NATO membership.
Jim Mattis accuses Russia of trying to scuttle deal with Greece.
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