A Case of State Survival: Macedonia in the 199Os
NAVAL WAR COLL NEWPORT RI ADVANCED RESEARCH PROGRAM
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Macedonia confronted severe domestic and external threats during the 1990s. It survived largely due to a coherent national strategy and politicians and followed by the nationalist opposition after elections in 1998. It succeeded between it knit together into coherent whole policies that helped an ethically divided state survive. The Macedonia case has implications for United States foreign policy toward ethically divided states, specifically assessing and relating to such states, preventive diplomacy international regimes for new states, exit strategies for international monitoring missions and relationship between United States and Domestic Foreign Policy.
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