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UPCOMING CONFERENCE
MAPPING ALBANIA'S INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SINCE 1912
Tirana, Spring 2013

The Albanian Institute for International Studies will be organizing a conference in the Spring of 2013 to celebrate the culmination of the publication “Mapping Albania’s International Relations since 1912.” This publication is a collection of different academic articles on the subject of Albania’s international relations over the past 100 years of its existence as an independent state. Subjects include diplomacy, bilateral relations, Albania’s relations with the Balkan region, Albania’s relationships with international organizations such as the European Union and NATO, and Albania’s positions on global issues throughout the years. Many contributors to the publication will be present for discussion. Check back for further information on dates and registration procedures.

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ALBANIA AND SERBIA
DO PERCEPTIONS EQUAL REALITY?

The Albanian Institute for International Studies is currently working on a project funded by East East: Partnership Beyond Borders Program of the Open Society Foundations. This project has the overall objective of contributing to the development and sustainability of relations between Albania and Serbia. Over the last decade, Albania and Serbia have made significant attempts to develop bilateral relations. Political dialogue between the two states is present and official state visits have taken place on occasion. However, Albania and Serbia are still far from the normal constructive relations that should exist between two states. An AIIS study indicates that Albanians have mixed perceptions of the bilateral relations between Albania and Serbia. This initiative aims to overpass incorrect perceptions that impede normal political, economic, and societal relations between the two countries.

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