by Dr Sam Vaknin To the politicians of the Balkans – almost without exception corrupt and despised by their own constituencies – the myth of a Greater Albania comes in handy. It keeps the phobic Macedonians, the disdainful Serbs and the poor and crime-ridden Albanians united and submissive within their respective countries, although each group […]

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