by Stefan Krause After ruling the country for most of the time since it gained independence, the Social Democrats lost power in parliamentary elections in October and November 1998 and were replaced by ethnic Macedonian and Albanian parties widely regarded as “nationalistic” and “radical.” However, the smooth transition of power and some easing of inter-ethnic […]

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