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By Elez Biberaj
In early 1997, Albania’s transition to democracy suffered a major setback whilst pyramid schemes sparked violent unrest, plunging the rustic into its worst political and financial situation because the downfall of communism. The uprisings and next elections, during which the Socialist celebration received a landslide victory, have made front-page information within the overseas group. And Albania’s proximity to the Yugoslavian melee and background of utmost radical communism make it a state to watch.In Albania in Transition, Elez Biberaj presents a accomplished political profile of Albania due to the fact 1989. He charts Albania’s transition from one get together to many, from a command financial system to a marketplace economic climate, and its transition to a countrywide safety country in an unpredictable, post–Cold battle foreign safety regime.
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