Ethnic Albanians in Kosovo and Macedonia claim political unity with each other and with the Albanian government. That claim may prove to be more illusion than reality, as increasing disparities among the three groups reveal a tenuous and often ineffectual alliance by FABIAN SCHMIDT ALBANIAN POLITICAL parties in Kosovo and Macedonia boast of a coordinated […]

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