External Interventions and Domestic Ethnic Conflict in Yugoslav Macedonia
Nikolaos Zahariadis examines the impact of three external interventions on ethnic relations in Yugoslav Macedonia. Political strategies crafted by Macedonian elites since 1991 to deal with the Greek opposition to the country’s name, the presence of troops under the aegis of the United Nations, and the outbreak of war in neighboring Kosovo have had unintended adverse consequences in undermining interethnic relations in the long term.
Greek-Turkish Relations in an Era of Détente, Barry Rubin and Ali Carkoglu, eds. Reviewed by Nikolaos Zahariadis
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