The Prespes Agreement - the latest attempt to end the quarter-century-long Name Dispute between Greece and its neighbour FYROM/Macedonia by renaming the latter 'the Republic of North Macedonia' - is back in the international headlines only three months after being signed by Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his counterpart in Skopje, Zoran Zaev.

The issue over the ratification of the Agreement had, through most of the summer, temporarily fallen from the top tier of public debate after G...


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