Albania and Kosovo: Is Unification the Common Future?

Albania and Kosovo: Is Unification the Common Future?

This study offers a critical review of the issue of unification between Albania and Kosovo, attempting to answer the following questions: Are Albania and Kosovo heading towards unification? Is union of the two states truly desirable? Why should they unite? Is union feasible? Is union an alternative to European integration? Are European integration and national union mutually-exclusive? What would be the possible implications of unification in Albania’s domestic environment, and for the state which would be its product? Finally, what would be the potential implications for the international relations of the new state?

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The Albanian Struggle in the Old World and New

The Albanian Struggle in the Old World and New

NIKOLLA PANO The Albanian Struggle in the Old World and New provides an interesting and valuable account of the first four decades of the Albanian-American community in the State of Massachusetts. This community, which was concentrated in Boston, was the first

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“Albania´s bilateral relations: foreign policy challenges and opportunities”

“Albania´s bilateral relations: foreign policy challenges and opportunities”

Introduction to the Publication: “Albania´s bilateral relations: foreign policy challenges and opportunities” By Author: Dr. Klaus Fiesinger Southeast Europe and especially its part of the so-called “Western Balkans” is in public opinion generally regarded as a key geostrategic region, but still

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'King Zog and the Struggle For Stability in Albania': A historical Albanian journey

'King Zog and the Struggle For Stability in Albania': A historical Albanian journey

  By Bernd J. Fischer I am very pleased that Dr. Albert Rakipi, the director of the Albanian Institute for International Studies felt that a new English reprinting of my first book King Zog and the Struggle for Stability in

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Chronicles and Fragments

Chronicles and Fragments

The novels of Ismail Kadare. By James Wood  Like Trieste or Lvov, the medieval city of Gjirokastër, in southern Albania, has passed its history beneath a sign perpetually rewritten, in different hands, but always with the same words: “Under New Management.”

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Ylljet Alicka translates renowned book in German

Ylljet Alicka translates renowned book in German

TIRANA, May 2- Writer, professor and former Ambassador to France Ylljet Alicka has written a good many titles which have also been translated abroad, and some even adapted for theatre. One of his most renowned books is Stone Slogans has

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A “Mirror”  for women to find themselves

A “Mirror” for women to find themselves

By Sonja Methoxha   A little girl spends her growing days listening to her grandfather’s tales in Gjirokaster about history and life. She is surrounded by images of strong women who influenced her to become a strong woman herself. She

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Book “Internationals’’ is published in Italy

Book “Internationals’’ is published in Italy

TIRANA, Jan. 15 – On 2006, professor and former Albanian ambassador in France Ylljet Alicka, published a satirical novel titled Nje Rrefenje me Nderkombetare (A story with internationals). The book has been published in French, and ten years later, it

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The Internationals: When ‘elite’ arrogance meets ignorance

The Internationals: When ‘elite’ arrogance meets ignorance

Ten years after the successful publication of his satirical novel on the international community in Albania, writer and former diplomat Ylljet Alià§ka has had his "Internationals" book published in English. The novel originally published as "Nje rrefenje me nderkombetare" (A

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Books: Albania and China – An Unequal Alliance

Books: Albania and China – An Unequal Alliance

You can also click to read: Book Review: Albania and China – An Unequal Alliance

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