WITH THE REDS: CAPTAIN TOM STEFAN AND ENVER HOXHA

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          By Peter Lucas             As sometimes happens in life, you search for one thing and find another. So, it...

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Politicizing History: The Second World War in Albania

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Prof. Bernd Fischer             The manipulation of history for political purposes...

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Kosovo and Israel, Parallels in History

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Sylë Ukshini Ph.D1 Abstract The recognition of Kosovo’s independence by Israel in September of 2020 is a very important geopolitical...

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Serbia and Albania in 2020

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Jelica Minić Introduction  This paper covers the international and regional context of the Serbian-Albanian relations. Several...

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Kosovo’s next foreign policy: A wish list

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by Gëzim Visoka Sunday’s electoral earthquake must also translate into a reimagining of Kosovo’s approach to foreign affairs, one that...

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Albania Between Turkey and Greece

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by Ledion Krisafi Albania’s Balkan policy throughout the last three decades has been an almost constant balancing of Greece through...

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Albania-Russia Diplomatic War

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by Loren Koçollari Having mutually excluded the other’s diplomats during the first two months of 2021, Albania and Russia have...

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1945 and Communist Albania in an International Perspective

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Elidor Mëhilli World War II has never really ended in Albania. — Harrison Salisbury (1957) Albania’s ruling Communist party was a...

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Game of vaccines: a public health issue turned into a geopolitical flare

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In every step and phase of the Covid-19 pandemics there has been a parallel geopolitical rift developing at an almost equal pace. First...

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Changing Course: Can Kosovo Choose to Redirect its Foreign Policy

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Donika Emini Kosovo is in a period of profound change. The latest developments following the snap elections call attention to the state of...

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