Courage is infectious! Courage is courageous! If it is not stupid or misleading, then it is worthy to be considered futher. If it is for

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Two months have passed since  the 2017 national  election results and the international community is mulling  over its implications.  Newly re-elected Edi Rama may well

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In less time than it takes to fill in a pothole on a major intercity road in Albania, the historic main stadium of Tirana was

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When I first visited Albania in 2005 I had one overwhelming impression: ‘This country has a lot of potential.’  I saw, as others before and

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The decision to evict the church from the building was based on a 2002 court order that had not been enforced for years. Nevertheless, the

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Today, the historic leader of the Democratic Party and PM of Albania, finally admitted defeat in these general parliamentary elections 2013 and at the same

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Yesterday I was forwarded an article on Balkan Insight (BI) about some of the concerns over the upcoming parliamentary elections in Albania. The author was

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Albanian parliamentary elections have always been a source of concern, manipulations and contestation. The parties in power have tried everything, and I mean everything, to

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