The Problem with Human Rights

Europe created Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria and Albania out of nothing and even though a Macedonia existed for over 3 millennium, Europe not only did NOT try to recreate it but it did its „best“ to eradicate it, put it out of its misery, make it extinct. Was this done on purpose or were those in charge at the time ignorant

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„To negotiate or not to negotiate“

I agree with those who argue that the name of the Republic of Macedonia has never been the real issue in the dispute between Macedonia and Greece. However, I am still of mixed mind about whether refusing to take part in negotiations is the best course of action. Many people in the world think that it is always a good

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The name alone was never an issue

As much as I want to get away from discussing the so-called „name dispute“ between Greece and Macedonia I am again drawn into it by „the Macedonian preoccupation“ with this Greek-invented issue. First let me say that there is no „name dispute“ between Greece and Macedonia. The name „Macedonia“ belongs to the Macedonian people and there can be no question

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Macedonia’s Division was no Accident

Since the rise of the Macedonian Empire some 2,400 years ago until the 19th century, Macedonia and its people have been embroiled in many controversies but one factor has always remained a constant; their existence and identity were never questioned! Lesser nations and less famous people today have their own national identities and even their own countries, yet the Macedonians are still an enigma. Why?

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The double name formula is not okay

Some political figures in the Republic of Macedonia are in support of a „double name formula“ and maintain that if the rest of the world calls the Republic of Macedonia by its historic and constitutional name, Greece can call it „whatever it wants“. In other words the idea that Greece calls Macedonia whatever it wants is supported by some Macedonians.

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American Chronicle: „Who is afraid of Macedonia?“

June 18, 2009 The Honorable Barack Obama June 16, 2009 President, United States of America White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Obama, I, J. S. G. Gandeto and the rest of my students of Ancient History, find Professor Miller´s assertions rather highly questionable and contradictory. Moreover, his circulated letter contains statements that are clearly inaccurate,

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American Chronicle: „If you are going to mention minorities in Greece, make sure you take along your own handcuffs“

„Great audacity and courage was needed in terms of vetoing FYROM´s NATO admission“ – Greek PM Kostas Karamanlis on the veto. „We didn´t actually veto Macedonia at NATO“ – Greece, earlier, to the International Court of Justice on the veto. It would have been nice to be there to hear Karamanlis blow any chance he had of defending Greece’s NATO

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