Management of the cultural expressions in contemporary Albania

By: Ekphrasis Studio TIRANA. Almost 20 years after the first student called "We want Albania like the rest of Europe", the strong, ancient history of artistic and cultural information of the Albanians continues to be a persistent dialogue alongside not

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The Harm of Shooting Blanks

TIRANA, Dec. 10 – The Mafia has engulfed Albania!!! The Mafia is dominating at least in its capital Tirana!!! The Mafia is running businesses and purchasing thousands of square meters of land property!!! The Mafia is laundering its money in

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On Relations Between Albania And China

By: AGRON ALIBALI Filed away in the archives of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Albania is a decree that dates back to the year 1963 on, "The Ratification of the International Tele-communications Convention. Attached to the Convention is

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20 years after

By Ardit Azizaj Contrasting successes shows that regional cooperation holds the key to European integration In 1990, a "new dawn" begun in Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The events that took place a year previously would entirely

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Ismail Kadare: Independence in literature is hard to achieve

It is especially satisfying for me to be present here today and to speak on this stage. This satisfaction is twofold, as it has all come about as the result of Literature, a universe to which I belong. There have

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Regional Cooperation, the Main Challenge of Albanian Foreign Policy

On Monday, October 26th the Albanian Institute for International Studies and the Albanian Council on Foreign Affairs organized the Security and Foreign Policy Forum, themed "Albanian Foreign Policy- continuity through changes". The event aimed to give a thorough and more

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The Metamorphosis Of The Future Is Called Europe

By MANUEL MONTOBBIO Ambassador of Spain Together with the incipient decline of its Empire, Spain lived in the XVII Century the so called Golden Age of the Spanish Literature, that moment of maturity which gave birth to the novel with

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Last Man Standing

By Ardit Azizaj Czech President Klaus last remaining obstacle of a treaty that benefits the Balkan nations Those who thought that the last obstacle of the Lisbon Treaty would be the Irish referendum might have found their selves wrong. On

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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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