Walking on the Edge: Consolidating Multiethnic Macedonia, 1989-2004

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Globic Press, 2006 - 244 pages
The publication is a pioneering attempt to engage political scientists and analysts working on Macedonia with some of the most controversial subjects of recent Macedonian history. The book scholarly defines some of the basic terms and definitions of the Macedonian democratization and provides intellectually challenging account of the issues of democratic consolidation. It answers questions such as: What was the nature of the Macedonian democratization? What was the most problematic aspect that prolonged the consolidation to democracy? Were the Albanians integrated into the system? Why did Macedonia experienced a brief conflict in 2001? Who were the members of the National Liberation Army and what was their agenda? What was the reaction of the international community? Is the European Integration a real perspective?
 

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Skopje 15th March 2005 PART I
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Elite Transformation and Democratic Transition in Macedonia and Slovenia Yugoslav Debates 19801988
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Elite Transformation and Democratic Transition in Macedonia and Slovenia Macedonia Opts for Preservation of Yugoslavia Democratizes
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Elite Transformation and Democratic Transition in Macedonia and Slovenia
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Elite Transformation and Democratic Transition in Macedonia and Slovenia Chapter 3 The Conflict of 2001 Between Successful Diplomacy Rhetor...
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