Viewed from Kosovo, the latest Greek-Albanian clash is a reflection of Balkan realities and deep national and state conflicts The latest deterioration of Albanian-Greek relations is being followed carefully in Kosovo. Political parties rallying ethnic Albanians and local media give prominence to statements on the trial of five Albanians of Greek origin in Tirana. The […]

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