Dr. Robert Greenberg joined Hunter College in 2008 as a Dean and a Professor of Linguistics in the Department of Anthropology. He has taught at Yale, Georgetown, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Greenberg is a specialist in South Slavic languages and linguistics, and has worked primarily on sociolinguistic issues in the former Yugoslavia.
In Macedonia peace remains elusive, despite the signing of a political compromise between Macedonia’s ethnic Albanian and Macedonian leaders on August 13.
Western powers appeared to be ill-prepared for the outbreak of hostilities when Slovenia and Croatia declared their independence on June 25, 1991.
Washington’s support of the establishment of a credible coalition government — including political leaders of all the various ethnic communities — would represent a clear signal that the U.S. is sincerely interested in establishing a multiethnic Kosovo.