9 May 1994 One of the basic rules of “Balkan mathematics” is that two and two rarely add up to four. By applying this “mathematical logic” to Macedonia, one comes to the conclusion that Macedonia, along with Serbia, is the biggest state in the Balkans, with around nine million inhabitants. Leader of the Democratic Party […]

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