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Book on history Serb-Albanian relations - for better future

At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Serbian literature generally referred to Albanians an uncivilized nation. Such an image of them was created by anti-Albanian politics and propaganda of the ruling regimes, and some well-known writers also succumbed to this.

Opinions & Analyses Wednesday, July 19, 2017 14:46 Comments: 0

"Friendship of Trump's US is far from essential for Albania"

"I recognize the reluctance of the EU to admit another member (contiguous with Greece) that could wind up as a financial burden on the Union. But for EU members to view Albania from that perspective is to miss a critical difference. The Albanian people, from my experience, have a work ethic and will to succeed utterly unlike anything that might be found in Greece or indeed in most other current EU member nations," says David A. Andelman, Editor Emeritus of New York- based World Policy Journal where he served for seven years as editor and publisher of the 35-year-old global affairs magazine published by the World Policy Institute.

Interviews Wednesday, July 19, 2017 14:09 Comments: 0

EU commissioner: Western Balkan EU prospects unquestionable

The pace of negotiations depends on the progress countries make in implementing the necessary reforms. Quality goes before speed, but I always say that it is good to be ambitious. The Berlin Process serves to drive that reform program forward, always with a view to strengthening each country’s preparations to meet their European Integration ambitions – Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Regional Policy & Enlargement

Interviews Thursday, July 6, 2017 12:29 Comments: 0
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