Articles and Speeches

Below are a selection of articles, speeches and interviews on Macedonian themes by the founder and publisher of Pollitecon Publications, Victor Bivell

Articles

How ANZAC Day Unites Australia and Macedonia

My Adventures in Darkest Europe

Community Leader Stands for Parliament

Greek Crisis Shows Weak International Ethics

Interview With Tanas Mechkarov

370 Macedonians Who Died For Freedom

What Now After The Veto?

The Treaties That Divided Macedonia Now Online

First Macedonian Newspaper in Australia Reprinted Online

Makedonska Iskra Project Well Advanced

Makedonska Iskra Project Now Complete

A Life in Macedonian Affairs – Interview with Mick Veloskey

Stabilizing Relations Between Ethnic Macedonians and Ethnic Albanians in Macedonia

Time to Reclaim Macedonia

Restoring Peace and Prosperity to Macedonia -- The Rule of Numbers

 

 

Speeches

An Enjoyable Book of Poems

Challenging Greek History-By-Slogans

Progressive Leadership Is The Balkan Antidote

Why Macedonian Books Are Important

A Macedonian History Of Macedonia

Speech for Book Launch of A Girl From Neret

Greekistic Western Authors and Macedonian History

The Ancient and Modern Macedonians are Related, says Author

Speech for Book Launch of From War to Whittlesea

Issues Affecting Macedonians from Greece

The Politicization of Ethnic Affairs

Macedonians and the Political Mainstream

Australia is not Greece

Radio Interviews and Commentaries

On New Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
On New Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull -Macedonian version

Thoughts on Macedonia's Phone Tapping Scandal

On the Leadership of Prime Minister Tony Abbott

On the Leadership of Prime Minister Tony Abbott - Macedonian version

On Reprint of The Rising Sun in the Balkans and the Publishing of Lerin in Mourning

On Reprint of The Rising Sun in the Balkans and the Publishing of Lerin in Mourning - Macedonian version

On Ending the Name Negotiations

On Ending the Name Negotiations - Macedonian version

On What Now After The Veto?

Australian Macedonians Push for Human Rights in Greece

   
 















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