by Fabian Schmidt Albania’s political, social, and economic development in 1999 was shaped mostly by the war in neighboring Kosovo. Between March and June, during the NATO bombing campaign at the height of the refugee crisis, Albania had to accommodate 444,000 refugees from Kosovo, which is more than a tenth of Albania’s total population. During […]

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