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What kind of crisis are the Germans preparing for?

Columnist: Goran Momiroski That the world is no longer the same as once was, besides the constant terrorist attacks, collateral bombing that kills innocent people, suicide attacks, shows the latest German concept of civil defence, which after...
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Charlie from Cresevo and Radisani

Columnist: Goran Momiroski Since 1958, when the General, hero of World War II, prevented the political crisis caused by the independence of the French colonies in Africa and introduced a presidential system, France has been going through a series...
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Good news and bad news from Brussels

Columnist: Goran Momiroski   According to the new European Commissioner for Enlargement, who will be responsible for EU’s Neighborhood Policy, instead of EU’s old strategy for building area of democracy and prosperity in...
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EU ashamed, Greece and Bulgaria happy, misery for those who rejoice

Columnist: Goran Momiroski   The possible loss of the recommendation to start the talks would be another embarrassment for the EU, which is unable to face the Greek blockades and now is trying to get rid of its twinges of conscience about Macedonia....
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Challenges of a Prime Minister: Hard days never end

Goran Momiroski In global politics, as in other areas of life, there is a rule that is easier to get to a position than to keep it. So far Nikola Gruevski, as party leader, has easily managed  to win four parliamentary elections, and his...
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Arguments and violence

Columnist:Goran Momiroski Not even a word on the five murdered innocent persons in the Easter massacre, not even a word on the demolition of the court building and the physical attacks on policemen who stood still while the group of violent...
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The world fears of a clash between Russia and the West

Columnist:Goran Momiroski The fifteen-minute conversation by the end of the anniversary celebration of D-Day in Normandy between Russian President Vladimir Putin and American President Barak Obama, away from world media cameras, cannot replace...
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Is there plan B for D-Day?

Columnist:Goran Momiroski The Macedonian opposition has a legitimate right to try treating its own apathy and endless range of election defeats with non-institutional acting and at the same time to be aware that it has chosen quite inconvenient...
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Without complete overhaul, SDSM will end up in junkyard

Columnist:Goran Momiroski After the Congress of the Social Democratic Union, there are more and more speculations that the Macedonian left-wing could suffer a total split by forming new subjects which will additionally weaken the feeble ideological...
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Violet polls and pink glasses

Columnist:Goran Momiroski   The first gain that the Macedonian elections give for the global political science is that if someone decides to follow the Macedonian practice, the decent polls will disappear from the election campaign....