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· July, 2008

Stories about Macedonia from July, 2008

Macedonia: New Law for “Preventive Surveillance”

Metamorphosis reviews Macedonian NGOs’ and bloggers’ negative response to “the recent changes in the Law on Criminal Procedure and the Law on Interception of Communications, allowing special investigative measures (surveillance).”

Macedonia: More on Discrimination Against Gamers

Filip Stojanovski of Razvigor :-) thinks discrimination against Macedonian gamers is part of a bigger problem: “[…] Regardless if a person considers oneself a gamer or not, I think they...

Blogger of the week: Elena Ignatova

Today's Blogger of the Week series is taking us to Macedonia, a small country in Europe that some people might not even have heard of but that has a thriving...

Macedonia: Traditional Media Demonize Gamers

Two influential Macedonian media outlets, Dnevnik daily and A1 TV, have recently published technophobic articles portraying the gamers as menace to society, using language bordering on hate speech. Filip Stojanovski...

Macedonia: American Girls Gone Global

The American authors of the travel blog Girls Gone Global received much attention from Macedonian readers (including those who use the link sharing service Kajmak.ot), who praised their insightful observations...

Macedonia: Parliamentary Elections, Round 2

Douglas Muir of A Fistful of Euros is “watching with interest” how the situation with the Macedonian parliamentary elections will develop.

CEE: World's Youngest Leaders List

Veni Markovski writes about CEE individuals who've made it on the World’s 10 Youngest Leaders list of the Foreign Affairs Magazine: Bulgarian PM Sergei Stanishev, Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski, Russian...

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