Opinion is mixed on whether the Republic of Macedonia is a state with a death wish or a land with a future. Naysayers fear aggression from neighboring Serbia or a civil war sparked by clashing ethnic Macedonians and ethnic Albanians, while others predict that the young country will eventually become a stable, democratic state by […]

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