The Macedonian doomsday machine

Macedonia’s problems are festering, in part because the EU is failing to take a tougher line with Greece and Bulgaria

Europe has plenty of truly difficult problems to solve. That makes it all the more unforgivable when it leaves the easier ones to fester. A prime example of this is the status of Macedonia: a small ex-Yugoslav country with a population of two million, which wants to join the European Union and NATO.

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