by Stefan Krause The year 2000 brought mixed blessings for Macedonia. While certain progress was achieved–especially in the field of inter-ethnic relations and in external relations with the European Union–domestic politics in 2000 underlined the deep divisions within the country, especially during local elections in the fall. Moreover, the country’s economy failed to turn sharply […]

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