Tag Archives: wire-tapping

May 11 2015

Breaking Macedonia’s vicious circle

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Dimitar Bechev reflects on the recent outburst of protests in Macedonia, tracing the way popular anger has been building up in recent years. “The dramatic escalation should not surprise anyone. Macedonia has long resembled a pressure cooker”, he writes. But … Continue reading

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Feb 10 2015

Coup d’état or a Macedonian post-Snowden syndrome?

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Macedonian PM Gruevski has been accused of large-scale wire-tapping by opposition leader Zoran Zaev, triggering a scandal that has shaken the country. Nenad Markovikj goes through the events that led to the publication of the ‘bombshell’. Macedonian society is increasingly polarised: … Continue reading

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