Kiosk Universities-Out of Question

By Milazim Krasniqi Estimates reveal that the number of private universities in Kosovo, taking into account the very aggressive, constantly in-the-face advertising for them, particularly by electronic media, is the highest as against all the other countries of the region.

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Five years after September 11th

By Janusz Bugajski Five years after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, the United States is still dealing with the aftermath. Political leaders remain torn between two policies to combat international radicalism: aggressive engagement and painstaking coalition building.

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Does Fatos Nano want the Presidential Office or the Leadership of the Socialist Party?

By Tirana Times Editorial Staff A year ago, when Fatos Nano resigned from the leadership of the Socialist Party, few believed that the man that led the Albanian left through good times and bad would quit active politics forever. His

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Much ado, for 1 Euro

By Ilir Ciko The latest “Albania 1 Euro” proposal created an unnecessary debate among economists who struggled to argue about the cons and pros which this proposal would generate for the Albanian economy. Given the lack of long term vision

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VMRO model and SP

By Ilir Kulla When the right wing Macedonian party VMRO-DPMNE (Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity), went over to the Opposition, very few people thought it would make a quick come-back. There were also rumors for a long time afterwards

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Kosova’s final status ritual

By Janusz Bugajski The status of Kosova cannot be resolved between Prishtina and Belgrade. Unfortunately, Belgrade refuses to admit that it is not a relevant factor in Kosova’s future and as a result international actors are conducting an elaborate diplomatic

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