By Joshua Boissevain on November 27, 2012
If you didn’t happen to make it to last week’s panel discussion on the Balkans and EU Integration, you can catch a 10-minute translated highlight of the event or the full version farther down.
By Ky Krauthamer on October 25, 2012
A Turkish-based Islamic movement committed to interfaith dialogue, globalization, and making money is changing the face of the country’s school system.
By Ky Krauthamer on October 15, 2012
Unchecked growth in Albania’s Adriatic port city leaves history in the construction dust.
By Witold Szablowski on August 31, 2012
TIRANA | Baba Mondi foists one sweet after another upon me, as if this is his way of convincing me that Islam – or at least Sufism – is a religion of peace, and that we shouldn’t treat all Muslims as fanatics.
By Witold Szabłowski on July 1, 2012
KONISPOL, Albania | The village consists of a few dozen houses picturesquely scattered across green hills. You can stay overnight in almost any of them; it costs a few euros. At any one of them you can also ask for someone to guide you across the border – as the crow flies it’s less than [...]
By Witold Szabłowski on June 22, 2012
TIRANA | First, you pack old tires around the bunker and set them alight. Or you put a sack of agricultural fertilizer with a high potassium content inside it. That makes a primitive bomb, and the bunker blows up.