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    country located in the Balkan Peninsula in Southeast Europe, Macedonia is a nation with roots that run deep in history. “Macedonia” is the oldest surviving name of a country in Europe. The Historic Macedonia was governed by the Roman Empire, by the Byzantine Empire, and by Turkey. In 1878, the Treaty of Stefano granted possession of the largest part of Macedonia to Bulgaria. However, Bulgaria was defeated by the Greece and Serbia in the Second Balkan War of 1913 and as a result, possession over a large portion of Macedonia was transferred to the Greeks and Serbs. On September 8, 1991, Macedonia finally achieved its independence and, in 1993, became a member of the United Nations under the name Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). (Infoplease) II. UNIQUENESS OF THE CULTURE Besides Macedonia’s rich history, its location and distinct culture make Macedonia unique. Macedonia is located in the center of the Balkans, which make it accessible to many of its neighboring countries. Its strategic military location is the main reason the Balkan powers took interest of Macedonia from…

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    However, the failure why the results are minor lies in the implementation for the reason being weak political support. According to EC, the oversight function that the KAA has in the installation of the anti-corruption strategy should be strengthened policies were being or partially being implemented. Problem definition Corruption in Kosovo has an immense effect on the prosperity of economic growth and equality. The perception of Kosovo’s neighbouring countries in this matter better and…

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    Gert Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions, he argues, were developed to act as constructs. They are concepts that allow individuals to simplifly the complex world around them (Hofstede, 2001). Although the country itself is not statistically analysed on Hofstede’s website (Hofstede, n.d.), the surrounding countries of Macedonia are, they all display a low individualism score when contrasted to New Zealand. Individualism is the idea that there is a significant amount of independence a society has among…

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    Introduction Kicevo, Macedonia is located in the Balkan Peninsula and is one of many divisions of what was former Yugoslavia. Neighboring countries include Albania, Greece, Kosovo, Serbia and Bulgaria. This portion of the world has seen great changes in geography and culture for thousands of years. It was once a part of the great Roman and Ottoman empires, experienced occupation by the Axis Powers during World War II and has been a hot bed for changing political ideals and civil wars. In 1993,…

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    This essay aims to present the importance of Alexander the Great within the history. This character represents one of the most important characters of the history; not only of the past but also to the present, his achievements transcend until our days. It is interesting to observe how the outside facts and events that made large figure of Alexander. There are many historians and thinkers who have focused in investigate and analyze the mental aspects and personal of this character. These…

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    to his throne “(Britannica). Having stopped any immediate threats, Philp worked to develop an army that would eventually work with his son Alexander to conquer most of the ancient world. Philp innovated many aspects of his army including “arms . . . tactics and training” (Britannica). Having prepared his army. Philip marched on to battle to “free north-western Macedonia from the Illyrians” (History). Philip successfully routed the Illyrians causing them to flee leaving 7,000 dead bodies, ¾…

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    and Olympias. King Philip II of Macedon who reigned 359 BCE to 336 BCE was an organised and strong king and military commander. His accomplishments in restructuring and refitting his armies set the stage for his son’s victory in his conquest of Persia. Philip inherited a weak, inferior country with an ineffective and undisciplined army and molded them into a formidable, efficient military force who eventually took over the territories around Macedonia. Philip with his new army subjugated most…

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    Philip II and Queen Olympia. The purpose of my paper will be to prove that Alexander had a great rise to power and also a fall because of his obsession for power. Alexander the Great was a Conqueror who when in front of flatterers and spectators was compared to Gods. He acquired his power through conquest he himself boasted as being greater than those of his father. Alexander’s quests included liberation for the Greeks of Asia from Persian rule, as well as several battles fought against the…

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    Name: Alexander of Macedonia School: Macedonia’s University for the Gifted Major: Conquering and vast expansion for the better Grading: A+: Excellent A: Great B+: Good B: Puts in effort C+: Needs Improvement C: Needs More Improvement D+: Needs A lot more Improvement D: Needs A Great Amount of Improvement F: Fail Leadership Grade: A Notes/Comments: For one to conquer as much land as Alexander has been able to do, one must show an incredible amount of leadership. Seeing as Alexander grew up…

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    The triumphs of Alexander the Great brought about strength and diversity to the Greek empire that is still felt throughout the world today. His campaigns greatly increased contact between the East and West. Many areas were also exposed to Greek civilization and influence due to Alexander’s successful conquests. None the less, Alexander the Great has left his mark on the modern world. Alexander III of Macedon was born in Pella, the ancient capital of Macedonia, on 365 B.C. He was born into…

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