Macedonian and ethnic Albanian political leaders signed a peace agreement last week, and NATO is poised to send 3,500 troops to Macedonia.
An initial British rapid-reaction force has already arrived to establish a command and control center to help monitor the cease-fire between the Macedonian government forces and ethnic Albanian separatists. But, according to many political analysts, the possibility of a civil war in Macedonia remains high.
Today's Dateline examines "Macedonia's Fragile Peace Agreement."
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