In the shadow of the failed Cyprus talks, another critical regional issue for Greece and the Western Balkans is apparently coming back into sharp focus: the long-running dispute over the official name of that country called interchangeably “The Republic of Macedonia” (by many world powers) or “The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” (FYROM) as recognized by the UN and a number of countries but especially Greece and Cyprus.

Since the change of government in Skopje in late May, it is easil...


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