Who are the Macedonians?

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Indiana University Press, 2000 - History - 226 pages
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"In Who Are the Macedonians? Hugh Poulton... provides a fair and perceptive account of the difficult relations between [Macedonians and Albanians in the new republic].... it is one of the best guides I have read to what may be a dark and troubled future." —Misha Glenny, The New York Review of Books

"... anyone needing a concise introduction to modern Macedonian history should be grateful for Hugh Poulton's book." —Steven Sowards, H-Net Reviews

This first full historical survey of the Balkan Slavic peoples of Macedonia concludes with Macedonia's emergence as an independent state in the face of Greek opposition and a discussion of the prospects for its entanglement in the ongoing Balkan war.

 

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Contents

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HUGH POULTON is a former researcher on Eastern Europe for Amnesty International, specializing in the Balkan countries. His publications include The Balkans: Minorities and States in Conflict.

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