Tomasz Żornaczuk is a research fellow at the Polish Institute of International Affairs. His research covers political processes in the Western Balkans, with particular emphasis on European integration. While at PISM, he had also coordinated the ‘Thinking for Governance’ project, aimed at strengthening Civil Society in the Balkans. He previously worked in the Department of European Union and International Cooperation at the Ministry of Interior and the Department of Political Affairs at the United Nations in New York.
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Tomasz Żornaczuk argues that Greek obstructionism has caused Macedonia to backtrack on reforms inspired by the promise of EU membership. Żornaczuk concludes that only sustained dialogue with Greece can resuscitate Macedonia’s reforms, and thus the prospect of Euro-Atlantic integration.