Fertility, families and ethnic conflict: Macedonians and Albanians in the Republic of Macedonia, 1944–2002*

@article{Brunnbauer2004FertilityFA,
  title={Fertility, families and ethnic conflict: Macedonians and Albanians in the Republic of Macedonia, 1944–2002*},
  author={Ulf Brunnbauer},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={565 - 598}
}
In 2001, the Republic of Macedonia—the former Yugoslavia's southernmost republic—was on the brink of civil war as the ethnic Albanian “National Liberation Army” (UÇK) was fighting Macedonian security forces and establishing rebel control over parts of the country. The armed conflict took more than 200 lives and displaced, at one time or another, more than 100,000 people. Civil war was prevented by an agreement between the four major ethnic Macedonian and ethnic Albanian parties in the country… Expand

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