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|... existence in Greece of an ethnic Macedonian minority with its own culture and |
language; * end free expression restrictions on ethnic Macedonians; * permit
ethnic Macedonian political refugees to return to Greece to regain their
|Hugh Poulton... provides a fair and perceptive account of the difficult relations between [Macedonians and Albanians in the new republic].... it is one of the best guides I have read to what may be a dark and troubled future." —Misha ...|
|Censuses may not have been perfect, but the international community generally |
accepted and respected them. Through those years, ethnic Macedonians
comprised consistently about two-thirds of the total population of Vardar
|At the geopolitical level, Albanians feared that the real agenda of ethnic |
Macedonians was either the establishment of a Greater Macedonia or union with
Bulgaria. Such suspicions were matched by concerns among ethnic
Macedonians that a ...
|Only 9 percent of ethnic Albanians and 20 percent of ethnic Macedonians felt that |
ethnic relations were very bad and could result in a grave crisis. Moreover, both
groups strongly backed a united Macedonia (ethnic Albanians at 82 percent and
|Ethnic Macedonians The first immigrants who identified themselves as ethnic |
Macedonians and not merely as Bulgarians or Greeks from Macedonia came to
Canada in the late 1950s and early 1960s.123 Unfortunately, Statistics Canada
|In fact, in this country of more than two million people, a grand total of 16 |
interethnic marriages took place between Albanians and ethnic Macedonians in
the entire country in 1999.9 Second, neighborhoods are segregated and
Albanians in ...
|These new similarities in wealth and social status, along with the new politi- cal |
situation after 1991, when Macedonia became independent, have disrupted the
balance of power between ethnic Macedonians and ethnic Albanians in ...
|These contacts spanned from informal (neighbors or trade) to strictly professional |
(cleaning the homes of ethnic Macedonians, attending an ethnically mixed or
primarily Macedonian school and/or working with non- Roma as colleagues) to ...
|For non-ethnic Macedonians, this formulation is an indication of the ethnic |
Macedonians' attempt to create their own state in which non-ethnic Macedonians
will be second-class citizens. They view the preamble as an inherent
contradiction to ...