Albanian foreign policy in the post-communist era

@inproceedings{Progonati2011AlbanianFP,
  title={Albanian foreign policy in the post-communist era},
  author={Erjada Progonati},
  year={2011}
}
Being under the totalitarian regime during the communist period, Albanian foreign policy sacrificed its political objectives and national interests. With the collapse of communism, Albanian leadership has the foremost task to assess correctly the real objectives and the genuine interests of Albanians in Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, FYROM, Montenegro and Greece. The aims in this article are to emphasise today’s (post-communist) Albanian foreign policy and to show what is lacking in Albanian foreign… Expand

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