Macedonia

Macedonian Filmmaker Revives Memory of Earlier Refugees by Stephen Schwartz

The Huffington Post September 29, 2015 The Balkan Republic of Macedonia, with two million residents, has a slender profile in world affairs. Although it went through a bruising internal political struggle earlier this year, as the months passed by, it…
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Macedonia Mischief Nothing good ever came from rivalry and hatred by Stephen Schwartz

The Weekly Standard June 15, 2015 Skopje/Shkupi In Homage to Catalonia, George Orwell described, on his return to Barcelona after serving in the front lines of the Spanish Civil War, “an unmistakable and horrible feeling of political rivalry and hatred”…
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My Second Father – 20 Years Since the Death of Gjon Sinishta by Stephen Schwartz

On Friday, May 8, 2015, a mass was announced at the grand and beautiful St. Ignatius Church in San Francisco to mark the 20th anniversary of the death of Gjon Sinishta, the indispensable intellectual guardian of the Albanian Catholic heritage…
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Malice in Dallas by Stephen Schwartz

As predicted by many, a horrifying new outrage has been added to the annals of radical Islam. In Garland, Texas, a Dallas suburb, on Sunday, May 3, two men were killed by police after the pair fired at an event…
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