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simply didn’t want anyone, in between their bites of musty cheese and sips of decades-old wine, to argue, or – God forbid – to fight about who helped the last survivor from Macedonia the most, whether it’s the biblical or the ancient version, the world’s navel or anus, however...

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by: Zvezdan Georgievski hy would I want to share the values of the state of Macedonia. Those romantic nationalism views, the land where you were born is – your homeland. Why should I have an intimate relation towards Macedonia? And nonetheless, I declare myself Macedonian, I try to live...

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by: Vojo Manevski n regards to the identity, we are in a situation like the Jews were before Christ. We are constantly waiting for a Messiah, for a leader of a party to appear who will show us the way, a government that will create new jobs, Europe that...

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by: Mersiha Smailovic f I were to choose an identity, although my identity is already formed, I would, nevertheless, choose to have an identity that is also immortal. An identity that no one questions, the identity of humanity, to be a positive moment in society, to contribute in it…

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by: Dijana Tahiri ost of all, it bothers me when my gender, ethnic and intellectual identity is used for some percentage representation in given occasions. Since the human being should be a composition of many identities, which in their interlinking within human, as a physicus, as an intellectual being,...

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by: Ljubco Georgievski he Macedonian identity, in my opinion, is not endangered by the determinant “Northern” or “Upper” before the name of the country, but by the attitude of the ethnic Macedonians towards their own identity. Macedonians even under the Ottoman rule succeeded to save their identity by preserving...

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by: Katerina Kolozova he Prespa Agreement allows for the national identity to be determined in pure and unequivocal political terms without romantic nationalism atavisms, that is, to determine based on the principle of self-recognized determination.

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by: Mirjana Maleska moment of coinciding of the interests of the great powers to secure peace and stability on the Balkans, in which they previously invested much, and to secure their presence in the region, as opposed to the power of Russia, has happily coincided with the strategic interests...

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by: Mirjana Najcevska he Prespa Agreement not only does it not affect the identity of the Macedonians in Republic of Macedonia negatively, and not only could it not be used for losing this identity, but on the contrary, the way it is provided, with the provisions in it and...

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by: Saso Ordanoski oday’s generations are increasingly adopting two types of identities. One is the real identity, with which they recognize themselves, and it is quite fragmented, in their everyday life when they are socially awake, and in direct contact. However, they also live in a virtual identity, at...

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