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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When the Western-philhellenes came to Greece to begin their project, they found this mass of befuddled individuals completely immersed in their struggle for survival and oblivious to the significance of their immediate surroundings. Out of them, they were supposed to create a link between the ancient Greeks and the envisioned new Hellene.
In order to fill the „void“ resulting from the Greek media blackout of EFA-Rainbow’s election campaign, in the weeks leading up to the European elections of 7 June 2009, the party mailed out promotional material to voters in Northern Greece. The material was sent via the state-owned „Hellenic Post“ and included a letter, a DVD and ballot papers.
Македонските филмови, со мали исклучоци, ретко се прикажуваат пред пошироката светска публика. Освен со учеството на филмските фестивали, тие не можат да се пофалат со… Weiterlesen »Европа гледа македонски филм еднаш на петнаесет години
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… Weiterlesen »American Chronicle: „Who is afraid of Macedonia?“
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„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… Weiterlesen »American Chronicle: „If you are going to mention minorities in Greece, make sure you take along your own handcuffs“
I am writing to express my astonishment and disbelief when I have read the AP article „Alexander the Great’s statue stirs Balkan passions“ by your employees KONSTANTIN TESTORIDES and ELENA BECATOROS. The article they wrote is a thinly veiled hate propaganda against the Republic of Macedonia that …
In diesem Brief an seine Kollegen nimmt Prof. Daniel Tompkins (Temple University) Stellung zum Brief von Prof. Miller, der in einem Brief an den US-amerikanischen Präsidenten fordert, die USA müsse die Anerkennung der Republik Mazedonien zurücknehmen. Pelagon.de veröffentlicht den Brief zunächst auf englisch, demnächst auch auf deutsch.
While taking subjective positioning on topics of ancient history dealing with events that have taken place thousands of years ago, shrouded in mystery and still under the veil of an inconclusive and controversial permanency, to a certain degree, is an acceptable act. Affirming your signature to a politically motivated petition, not only is not acceptable but it is also counterproductive, unethical and undermines the educational principles, the confidence and the trust inherent in the scholarly institutions and leaves a permanent stigma on the integrity of our educational system. Moreover, an act of such frivolousness, subjective and self-securing interest will not only erode the students´ morale, weaken their convictions but also chip away at the purity of their beliefs.
By Risto Stefov, May 10, 2009 There are some staunch Modern Greeks out there that still don’t get it! Being told that you are a… Weiterlesen »Modern Greece and the Macedonian Heritage – Part 19 – Fifty authors can’t still all be wrong!