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The opinion of Bulgarians and of the Macedonians generally was in favour of autonomy, but the prospect of obtaining military action by Serbia and Greece for that end was hopeless. Both knew that an autonomous Macedonia tioned ? " for their own designs, and more speTF~ finis probably than not would follow the example EUROPEAN POLITICS 88 Eastern Rumelia and be incorporated eventually with Bulgaria. Until Serbia could bring Croats and Slovenes within its frontiers, until Greece could obtain the Islands and the Greek parts of Asia Minor, and until Rumania could redeem its nationals in Transylvania and Bessarabia, the balance of power in the Balkans remained the prime consideration for every State with the exception of Bulgaria, whose only field for expansion lay within the Peninsula itself.

E. " The Serbo-Bulgarian treaty of alliance, vague and unsatisfactory as it was, is almost a model of precision in comparison with that which was signed on the 2Qth May 1912 by Bulgaria and_ Greece. Conversations had been initiated in 1911 by the good offices of Mr. J. D. Bourchier, The Times correspondent in the Balkans, but almost broke down on the question of autonomy for Macedonia and the May Adrianople vilayet. e. satisfied 1 Article 23 of the Treaty of Berlin. Both EUROPEAN POLITICS 35 seem to have understood that agreement about the disposal of Salonika and southern Macedonia was out of the question, and to have postponed settlement till after parties the war, in the course of which each doubtless hoped to obtain the advantage of military occupation.

Conversations had been initiated in 1911 by the good offices of Mr. J. D. Bourchier, The Times correspondent in the Balkans, but almost broke down on the question of autonomy for Macedonia and the May Adrianople vilayet. e. satisfied 1 Article 23 of the Treaty of Berlin. Both EUROPEAN POLITICS 35 seem to have understood that agreement about the disposal of Salonika and southern Macedonia was out of the question, and to have postponed settlement till after parties the war, in the course of which each doubtless hoped to obtain the advantage of military occupation.

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