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an inhabitant of the Balkan Peninsula

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In many of the works from outside the Balkans, artists addressed ways in which outsiders become transformed into nonpersons.
Tony Blair has hailed moves towards peace and stability in the Balkans as an example of the value of a strong and united European Union.
From historical aspects, the Balkans were traditionally the range of influence of the great powers, such as the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Russia, Italy, and the Ottoman and British Empires.
But he has thought deeply about the subject matter, and he decided to write this book "prompted by the realization that I was, along with many other observers of the wars in Yugoslavia during the 1990s, obliged to make judgments about Yugoslav and Balkan history when I had only the vaguest acquaintance with the subject.
Zemon is one of the active members in the Egyptian community, not only in his country Macedonia, but also in the entire Balkan Peninsula.
Balkan Natural Adventure has agreed to support Arineta with sales and all operations related to the Peaks of the Balkans tour.
If we could not think of common financing, a Balkan project for our power transmission system, today I thought it would be a great solution for Belene NPP.
Vienna: A new World Bank report revealed it will take as many as six decades for income levels in the Western Balkans to catch up with those of the European Union (EU) if economies in the region continue to grow at the average speed achieved between 1995 and 2015.
The menu at Baba showcases Balkan cuisine that takes inspiration from European tapas, with brunch all day and dinner in the evenings.
This growth of tensions can hardly be disregarded as accidental, given the fact that the Balkan leaders can easily be played one against another whenever they receive signals, no matter whether fake or true, that a new geopolitical reshuffle of the region is being reconsidered by major global players.
The Balkan Wars are among the harshest defeats the Ottomans ever experienced.
Macedonia and the other countries of former Yugoslavia have joined forces with Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania to set up the "Iter Vitis Balkan" Association, the Balkan wine route which is designed to bring the Balkan countries together, affirm their rich cultural heritage and common tradition in winegrowing and wine-making.
The project is part of the connectivity agenda for the Western Balkans with funding provided from the Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA) through the Western Balkan Investment Framework (WBIF).
Macedonia's Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki participated in the Ministerial Meeting of the Visegrad Group (V4) and the Western Balkan countries in Prague on 12 and 13 November, which took place under the auspices of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Historians explore the appropriation of the past--ancient, medieval, modern--and of imperial historical legacies in particular by the historiographies of the modern Balkan nation states.