25 August 1995 ALBANIA, PROBABLY THE MOST BACKWARD country in Eastern Europe, has undergone a fast transition in the four years since Stalinist rule ended. The country is increasing its cooperation with Western powers, such as the United States and the European Union, as well as with neighboring states. The main problems the Balkan country […]

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