Summary - Peace and peace processes are not easy. Macedonia managed to stay out of the worst of the Balkan wars and the 2002 elections could have determined the fate of the peace process in that part of the Balkans. What were the critical problems that the next Macedonian government had to deal with? What policies could best meet these challenges? What would happen if these problems were not dealt with and could the people of Macedonia be persuaded to come out and vote for the politicians they believe could best deliver long term peace and stability?
THE GLOBAL REVIEW OF ETHNOPOLITICS Vol. II, no. 1, September 2002
FORUM: MACEDONIA By Colin Irwin, Stefan Troebst, Jenny Engström