by Eleanor Pritchard Macedonia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: two countries with strong cultural-historic links and, until the Kosovo crisis, relatively close bilateral relations. But let us try to avoid the minefield of tired, clichéd comparisons of the two countries. Both are, indeed, countries with Orthodox Slav majorities and sizeable, geographically concentrated Albanian Muslim […]

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