Tag: Current Affairs

Russia’s “hybrid war” in the Western Balkans

Current Affairs

By Dr. Dušan Janjić Opposition to NATO enlargement has been a constant in Russian foreign policy, from the collapse of the Soviet Union...

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Albania in the UNSC: an opportunity to end decades’ long isolation and its aftermath

Current Affairs

By Alba Cela When Albania joined the United Nations in 1955, the communist dictatorship had already consolidated and Enver Hoxha’s hands...

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Biden’s Russian Roulette

Current Affairs

By Janusz Bugajski If the Kremlin decides on another military assault against Ukraine to cower the government in Kyiv into submission, it...

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Only Resistance can stop Putin

Current Affairs

By Daniel Serwer President Putin has committed Russia not only to a full-scale invasion of Ukraine but also to replacing its democratically...

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Righting the Wrong

Current Affairs

By Alon Ben- Meir It’s time for Serbia to recognize Kosovo’s independence, not only because it does not have the power and the means by...

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Place your bets

Current Affairs

Mayoral by-elections in Albania: What’s at stake?   The upcoming local by-elections in six municipalities to pick mayors...

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Limits of the Brussels dialogue

Current Affairs

By Sylë Ukshini The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, had warned that the license plate agreement had not been fulfilled by Belgrade...

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Surviving the democalypse

Current Affairs, Featured

By Andi Balla Demographic decline has been the elephant in the room in Albania for decades. But it is now so big, the government simply can...

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Kurti’s gambling with nationalist sentiments must end

Foreign Policy

By Altin Gjeta Albin Kurti’s Vetevendosje landslide victory on February 14 elections this year came as blow to the old elite of post-war...

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The ‘non-paper’ Carving up Balkans and Undermining Europe

Foreign Policy

By Vesna Pusić and Sonja Biserko. There is a spectre haunting Europe, the spectre of partition, as authoritarian populists in the region...

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