Who gets to use the name ‘Macedonia’? A decades-old row still to be resolved

Neophytos Loizides, University of Kent In the latest volley of a long-running dispute on the right to the name “Macedonia”,

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Finishing the Job in the Western Balkans

Commentary from Project Syndicate GUY VERHOFSTADT Western Balkan countries have made significant progress since the 1990s, when ethnic violence tore

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Jean-Claude Juncker’s Roadmap for European Disaster

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY HANS-WERNER SINN This month, the European Commission’s president called for an acceleration of the eurozone’s eastward

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Musine Kokalari: a lost story of defiance in the face of political oppression

Agata Fijalkowski, Lancaster University Musine Kokalari was an Albanian writer and political dissident. She was imprisoned and suffered the humiliation

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Rising Eurosceptical narrative, Anti-Islamism and European Identityl

Sedef Asli Topal, Master of Arts in International Relations – Legal and Business Perspective The University of Szeged, Hungary The

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The Balkans Between Competing Poles

Commentary from Project Syndicate By Javier Solana MADRID – Few world regions are more culturally and politically complex than the Balkans.

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