A failure of citizens to identify with and commit to the Macedonian state jeopardizes long-term stability by Jeff S. Merritt Since its declaration of independence from the central Yugoslav government in September 1991, the Republic of Macedonia has been condemned by critics to conflict. As violence erupted in Bosnia in 1992 and again in Kosovo […]

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