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  • proper n. The constitutional name of the country situated north of Greece and west of Bulgaria, on the Balkan Peninsula.


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  • But much to Greece's anger, the country has retained its constitutional name Republic of Macedonia.

    BBC News - Home

  • In such an atmosphere, on March 31, several days before the NATO summit in Bucharest, Sofia-based Manfred Woerner Foundation and the Atlantic Club of Bulgaria introduced a brochure titled “Bulgarian Policies on the Republic of Macedonia,” which was written by a group of Bulgarian history, Balkan studies and diplomacy scholars.

    Bulgaria, Macedonia: Blog Wars Over History

  • Maybe so, but if 225,000 Kosovar refugees stay anywhere near as long as she has, the Republic of Macedonia almost certainly cannot.

    The Next Balkan Domino?

  • The Greek government is not blocking the Republic of Macedonia from entering NATO.

    Mail Call: Globally Green

  • Because of historical reasons similar to those described above, that geographical region became divided between the Republic of Ireland (an independent state like the Republic of Macedonia) and Northern Ireland, a constituent unit of another country - the United Kingdom (similar case as the Greek province of Macedonia).

    Macedonia: Bloggers Discuss NATO Summit and Greece

  • Global Voices Onlineeditors and contributors joined hands to bring us the reactions of bloggers from Japan, Haiti, Republic of Macedonia, Pakistan, India, Ukraine, Singapore and Chile in this article.

    World's Eyes on Obama

  • After the defeat of the Communist forces in the Greek Civil War, many of the militants settled in the countries of the former Soviet block, including approximately 30,000 in the neighboring then-Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

    Balkan Neighbors

  • Of the 327 people who voted in the Republic of Macedonia, 10 percent only went to Obama. 90 percent went to McCain.

    CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2008

  • But actually McCain with the Republic of Macedonia, he did really well there.

    CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2008

  • Relevant is the Bitola inscription dating from 1015 A.D. of Bitola Museum in Republic of Macedonia.

    Voden inscription


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