15 January 1999 Tirana–After eight years of post-communism, the ordinary Albanian can be compared to a desperate passenger waiting at a transit point. The democratic romanticism of December 1990, when the Albanians bid farewell to communism, is now a remote memory, while the fear of last March’s anarchy and chaos returning still hangs over the […]

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