Strong public and political reactions have continued throughout Greece following the June 17 signature of the Prespes Agreement that was intended to resolve the 27-year-old Name Dispute between Greece and Macedonia/FYROM are steadily weakening the ruling coalition’s grip on power, taking it down to 152 seats in the 300-seat Greek Parliament.

In Skopje, the government of Prime Minister Zoran Zaev must deal with the political ramifications of the EU delaying the opening of accession talks until...


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