by Sam Vaknin I am often accused of writing excoriating, biased diatribes of the Balkans. I often do. But the ignorance of the West regarding this area is no less deserving of a similar treatment. Let us take Macedonia. Not long ago a terra incognita on the fringes of an ever-solidifying Europe. Macedonia is the […]

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