According to a survey conducted by ELIAMEP and the University of Macedonia, more Greeks than ever before accept the solution of a compound name for the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), while the majority of them do not see the benefit in resolving the Macedonian name dispute. In his article for the newspaper TO VIMA, Ioannis Armakolas, Head of the South-East Europe Programme, argues that “ELIAMEP’s research highlights defects within the Greek political system that negatively affect the implementation of foreign policy and the promotion of national goals.”

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