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Synopsis : North Macedonia written by MaryLee Knowlton, published by Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC which was released on 2020-07-15. Download North Macedonia Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia. https://www.sobranie.mk/home-en.nspx. BBC News. “North Macedonia Country Profile.” https://www.bbc.com/news/worldeurope-17550407. CIA. The World Factbook. “North Macedonia. -- The country now known as North Macedonia has been through many changes in names and governments throughout its long history, but what hasn't changed is the rich cultural heritage of its people. Readers discover this cultural heritage through meticulously researched and up-to-date text, fact-filled sidebars, and detailed maps of the region's geography, economy, and culture. Vibrant photographs of North Macedonia depict the country's landscape and its people. Readers are even given an opportunity to take their learning into the kitchen with recipes that encourage them to try famous North Macedonian foods.
The country now known as North Macedonia has been through many changes in names and governments throughout its long history, but what hasn't changed is the rich cultural heritage of its people. Readers discover this cultural heritage through meticulously researched and up-to-date text, fact-filled sidebars, and detailed maps of the region's geography, economy, and culture. Vibrant photographs of North Macedonia depict the country's landscape and its people. Readers are even given an opportunity to take their learning into the kitchen with recipes that encourage them to try famous North Macedonian foods.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-06-06 - Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
Bradt's North Macedonia remains the only standalone English-language guidebook to this increasingly popular destination available outside the country. Originally written by Thammy Evans, a political analyst who lived in Macedonia for five years, this new edition has been thoroughly updated and restructured to make it even easier to use by Philip Briggs, arguably the world's most experienced guidebook writer. Coverage of national parks has been increased and hiking information has been fully integrated to make it more accessible to casual users. Introductions to many points of interest have been expanded to give more of an overview of what the attractions are and there are several new and redrawn maps. Of all the new countries formed following the break-up of Yugoslavia in 1991, Macedonia was the only one to attain independence without bloodshed. This is a small land that offers huge variety to travellers, from the oldest lake in Europe to soaring forest-swathed mountain ranges and from the millennia-old Neolithic rock observatory at Kokoni and Roman mosaics at Heraclea, to dozens of historic and actively-used mediaeval monasteries and mosques. Macedonia's urban centrepiece and main port of entry is the capital Skopje, now home to a wealth of Ottoman buildings, a lively culinary scene, and several world-class museums, while the main tourist hub is the pretty lakeshore town of Ohrid, a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its wealth of medieval churches and other architectural gems. A trio of national parks provide refuge to brown bears, grey wolves, the rare Balkan lynx and a wide variety of birds. And wherever you go, welcoming family-run tavernas and lively pavement cafés serve authentic traditional cooking and locally produced wine that ranks as probably the most affordable anywhere in the European Balkans. Wherever you go and whatever your interest, this is a country that offers countless rewards to independent-minded travellers and those who want to get away from the crowds. And with Bradt's Macedonia, you'll find everything you need for a successful trip.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09-03 - Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This second edition of Historical Dictionary of North Macedonia contains a chronology, an introduction, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 500 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, politics, economy, foreign relations, religion, and culture.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-02-26 - Publisher: Oppian
North Macedonia Travel Guide 2020 will help you plan your trip to this beautiful country in the Balkans. The guide book contains up to the date information about local cuisine, transportation, interesting places to visit, accomodation options, security and the history of North Macedonia. Written by a native who has tons of useful knowledge, North Macedonia Travel Guide 2020 is a handy and useful passport to the best in North Macedonia!
Authors: International Monetary Fund. European Dept.
Categories: Business & Economics
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-01-27 - Publisher: International Monetary Fund
This 2019 Article IV Consultation with Republic of Macedonia discusses that after a protracted political crisis, the economy has entered a period of solid growth and stability. Over the recent years, the authorities have reviewed the reform momentum, with crucial institutional and governance reforms and efforts to make public finances more sustainable and equitable. Growth is expected to accelerate in 2020. Lower taxes and higher pensions and wages?including public sector and minimum wages?are expected to provide a further, albeit one-off, stimulus to consumption. Export and investment growth would remain robust but slow somewhat, reflecting weak growth in trading partners. An ambitious consolidation is needed to rebuild fiscal policy space and re-orient public spending toward investment. Reforms to address key labor market and institutional weaknesses will help lift medium-term growth and speed up income convergence. Although growth has been solid in the past two decades, it has not been enough to substantially narrow North Macedonia’s large income gap with the European Union. In order to accelerate convergence, it is essential to continue reforms to improve the public administration, rule of law, and control of corruption.
Agriculture has an important role in North Macedonia and in 2017 it accounted for 7.9 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP) in the country. However, agriculture’s share of the country’s GDP has been decreasing for the past decade, and the need to improve agricultural productivity has become an important challenge. For this purpose, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy (MAFWE) with the support of FAO initiated to adapt FAO’s agro-ecological zones (AEZ) methodology to local needs in the country. The effort was undertaken by forming a wide technical working group with representatives from academia, the Hydro-Meteorological Service, State Statistics Office, and the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning. The delineation of agro-ecological zones specific to crops presents a useful preliminary evaluation of the country’s agricultural potential and provides a tool for regional and environmentally sustainable development planning. Agro-ecological zoning refers to the division of an area of land into land resource mapping units, having a unique combination of landform, soil and climatic characteristics, and/or land cover having a specific range of potentials and constraints for agricultural land use. This atlas shows the results collected during this study and the related developed maps.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-06-04 - Publisher: OECD Publishing
The Republic of North Macedonia has made remarkable progress in expanding access to education and strengthening institutional capacity. Yet, the majority of young Macedonians leave school without mastering the basic competencies for life and work and students’ background continues to influence performance. This review, developed in cooperation with UNICEF, provides North Macedonia with recommendations to help strengthen its evaluation and assessment system, by moving towards a system where assessment provides students with helpful feedback to improve learning.
The "Sustainable Broiler Production in North Macedonia - A Value Chain Guide to Best Practice" is to enhance the development of a sustainable broiler meat industry in North Macedonia so as to deliver a high-quality product that can compete directly with the current high volume of imported product. This Guide is a tool that supports the FAO mission to advance track record of efficiency gains and better environmental stewardship. Broiler growers, integrators, processors, suppliers, food service companies, retailers and outside stakeholders realise the importance of working together to collaborate on the shared goals of implementing best practices, tracking progress, and continuing to drive continuous improvement through the creation of the Guide including the best management practices as outlined in this document. The Guide is a tool to support and communicate continuous improvement in sustainability through leadership, innovation, multi-stakeholder engagement and collaboration. It successfully aggregates a list of best management practices that could be utilised on farms, hatcheries and processing operations both today and into the future. It also incorporates the important function of maintaining the highest achievable standards for welfare and food safety. The Guide has been developed by FAO and the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Food of the Republic of North Macedonia. It is expected that this publication will serve as a practical guide providing valuable information to both experienced and novice poultry producers alike, as well as for students, researchers.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-12-31 - Publisher: Routledge
This book is a comprehensive and dispassionate analysis of the intriguing Macedonian Question from 1878 until 1949 and of the Macedonians (and of their neighbours) from the 1890s until today, with the two themes intertwining. The Macedonian Question was an offshoot of the wider Eastern Question – i.e., the fate of the European remnants of the Ottoman Empire once it dissolved. The initial protagonists of the Macedonian Question were Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia, and a Slav-speaking population inhabiting geographical Macedonia in search of its destiny, the largest segment of which ended up creating a new nation, comprising the Macedonians, something unacceptable to its three neighbours. Alexis Heraclides analyses the shifting sands of the Macedonian Question and of the gradual rise of Macedonian nationhood, with special emphasis on the Greek, Bulgarian and Serbian claims to Macedonia (1870s–1919); the birth and vicissitudes of the most famous Macedonian revolutionary organization, the VM(O)RO, and of other organizations (1893–1940); the appearance and gradual establishment of the Macedonian nation from the 1890s until 1945; Titos’s crucial role in Macedonian nationhood-cum-federal status; the Greek-Macedonian name dispute (1991–2018), including the ‘skeletons in the cupboard’ – the deep-seated reasons rendering the clash intractable for decades; the final Greek-Macedonian settlement (the 2018 Prespa Agreement); the Bulgarian-Macedonian dispute (1950–today) and its ephemeral settlement in 2017; the issue of the Macedonian language; and the Macedonian national historical narrative. The author also addresses questions around who the ancient Macedonians were and the fascination with Alexander the Great. This monograph will be an essential resource for scholars working on Macedonian history, Balkan politics and conflict resolution.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-09-15 - Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Western Europe 2020-2022 provides students with vital information on all countries on the African continent through a thorough and expert overview of political and economic histories, current events, and emerging trends.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-09-03 - Publisher: OECD Publishing
The peer review of the Action 13 Minimum Standard is proceeding in stages with three annual reviews in 2017, 2018 and 2019. The phased review process follows the phased implementation of CbC Reporting. Each annual peer review process will therefore focus on different aspects of the three key areas under review: the domestic legal and administrative framework, the exchange of information framework, and the confidentiality and appropriate use of CbC reports. This second annual peer review report reflects the outcome of the second review which considered all aspects of implementation. It contains the review of 116 jurisdictions which provided legislation or information pertaining to the implementation of CbC Reporting.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-12-30 - Publisher: Routledge
This book explores issues of national identity, history, and language in light of the 2018 Prespa Agreement. Designed to resolve a protracted and bitter dispute, the agreement signed by the Macedonian and Greek foreign ministers on the banks of the Prespa lake stipulated that the Republic of Macedonia change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia. The chapters examine the social, political, and economic conditions and events that led to the agreement and the implications and consequences for identity politics in the region. Consideration is given to the ways in which, and the reasons why, identity/identities, difference/differences, modes of belonging, and experiences of injustice and discrimination have been mobilized. By focusing on the Prespa Agreement, the collection also offers valuable insight into the processes involved in (re)making boundaries, (re)defining ethnic and national identities, (re)inventing citizenship, and (re)writing national histories. Bringing together expert contributors with intimate knowledge of, and long-term engagement with, the region, this volume will be of interest to scholars and students of anthropology, Slavic and East European studies, history, and international relations.