The codes of Law and Honor still have plenty to teach us.

Enmired as we (NATO) now are in Afghanistan, with very little real idea of the land, people or especially the culture, an awareness is developing that knowledge and understanding of the various mountain codes is now becoming something more than

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Climate Change Putting Unregulated Economic Growth At Risk?

By Jeff Thimm Earlier this week, on Monday Oct. 5, Vaclav Klaus, prime minister of the Czech Republic, promoted his recent book Blue Planet, Green Shackles – what is at risk: climate or freedom, newly translated into Albanian and published

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Independent Kosova, A Major Contribution To Peace And Stability In The Balkans

We are gathered here today, after a year, during which the World has faced one of the heaviest financial and economic crisis in history. We are gathered here once again in a time when hundreds of millions of people in

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HAS THE SCALE TIPPED AGAIN?

The newly formed cabinet of PM Berisha has welcomed only one woman amongst its ministers By Blerta Picari In September 2008, we heard the news on introducing the quota system into the electoral code in Albania, aiming to improve women's

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Walk away from republican spirit may announce the return of nationalism

By Artan Pernaska The recent publication of the "Macedonian Encyclopedia" has aroused vivid criticism among Albanians in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), in Kosov련Kosovo), in Montenegro and in Albania. The late Encyclopedia represents Albanians as mountaineers having come

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Where does the heresy lie in the claims of Vlora University?

By Valbona Sulce Once again, Vlora University has managed to take center-stage in the media, and subsequently, in daily conversation too. No mean undertaking by the way, in tiny Albania with its multitude of universities. The regional universitieis have always

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Does Albania Face The Danger Of A Regime "࡬a Putin"?

By Fatos Lubonja In the articles I wrote in the lead-up period to these elections I repeatedly expressed the idea that Albania faces the danger of the installation of a regime "࡬a Putin." I mean this in terms of the

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Rama's boycott lacks character

By Henri ȩli Several such institutions of liberal democracy as hunger strikes, boycott etc, have an accentuated moral character and moreover, it is precisely in their morals and character that the strength of these implements of democracy lies. However, this

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A boycott worth boycotting immediately

By ARBEN MALAJ In its protracted transition period, the Socialist Party has targeted and contributed towards the modernization of Albanian politics. However, following the elections of 2009, the Socialist Party is radicalizing political stands, applying boycotts of the Parliament of

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Economic Challenges

Albania's future government will bring together the right-wing coalition headed by the Democratic Party (Partia Demokratike, PD) and the left-wing Socialist Movement for Integration (L췩zja Socialiste p철Integrim, LSI). LSI is a former split-off (schism) from the Socialist Party (in 2004)

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