As the successor to communist dictator Enver Hoxha, the former Albanian head of state Ramiz Alia presided over the country’s first democratic reforms. Now he is in jail again, his Socialist Party is distancing itself from him, and he allegedly has a heart problem. Alia, who points out in this interview with Marianne Sullivan that […]

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