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Albania: el laboratorio del narcotráfico europeo

Albania: el laboratorio del narcotráfico europeoEl narcotráfico, exportación de armamentos, tráfico de personas, la inseguridad fronteriza y la corrupción en la función pública ha reinado en la Republica de Albania, en los últimos tres años bajo la gestión del primer ministro Edi Rama y sus seguidores neo – comunistas conducidos y auspiciados por George Soros, un empresario norte-americano que hacía cambio de monedas en el mercado negro de Hungría, en la época bajo la ocupación de Adolf Hitler.Las autoridades del Gobierno de Albania, encabezados por el pintor Edi Rama y otros delincuentes funcionarios públicos solo sirven para un irreversible, vertiginoso enriquecimiento ilícito y por enardecer al pueblo que sigue en miseria en un país en donde la democracia esta reemplazada por un régimen autocrático de narcotraficantes.En este contexto el representante de la Organización para la Seguridad y la Cooperación en Europa (OSCE), Embajador Bernd Borchardt indicó que el dinero de la droga está
siendo lavado a través de la economía informal de Albania; el monto alcanza más de 2 billones de euros que se utilizaran por los narco-traficantes a financiar las campañas políticas de varios candidatos del Partido Socialista, en el trascurso de las próximas semanas.
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Peter Tase
Peter Tase
Peter Tase is a contributor, freelance journalist and a research scholar of Paraguayan Studies and Latin American Affairs in the United States; he is the founder of Paraguay Economic Forum in Milwaukee, United States. Educated at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and Marquette University, Tase is the author of “Simultaneous Dictionary in Five Languages: Guarani, English, Italian, Albanian and Spanish” and “El Dr. FEDERICO FRANCO y Su Mandato Presidencial en la Historia del Paraguay.” Tase has written many articles on Paraguay’s current Foreign Policy, Latin American Affairs and MERCOSUR regional trade issues for Eurasia Review and the Council on Hemispheric Affairs in Washington, D.C.. Peter has appeared on SNT Cerro Cora, Asuncion and appeared in “Tribuna Pública” in TV Publica Paraguay, as well as given interviews for Diario 5 Dias in Paraguay, ABC Color, Ultima Hora, IP Paraguay, Revista PLUS+, Radio Ñandutí, Radio Nacional del Paraguay, http://www.datamyne.com and Spero News. Tase completed a Congressional Internship in the Office of Congressman Richard Pombo (CA-11), U.S. House of Representatives, and studied U.S. Government and International Affairs at the Les Aspin Center for Government in Washington, D.C.. In 2012 he was an adviser of Foreign Affairs and International trade Issues to the Chairman of the Committee on Trade, Tourism and Industry in the National Congress of Paraguay. Peter Tase is fluent in Guarani, Italian, Spanish, Albanian and mainly writes in English and Spanish.
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Albania: under the yoke of a communist heritage

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Turkey and Albania: Strategic partnership in a multi-polar world

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7 April Monday, 2014
BY PETER TASE

Rapid national economic growth and integration in the European Union are among the top priorities in the Albanian government’s current strategy. Albania’s aspirations in international trade would be incomplete if Turkish markets and investors are not part of this process and strategy…..

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Peter Tase is a contributor, freelance journalist and a research scholar of Paraguayan Studies and Latin American Affairs in the United States. He is also the founder of Paraguay Economic Forum in Milwaukee, United States.

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Translator’s Note on Alisa Velaj’s Work

A Velaj. blrAlisa Velaj is a prolific Albanian writer and poet who received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Tirana, College of History and Literature. An accomplished teacher of Albanian, Velaj has received a Master of Arts degree in literature from the University of Tirana. Her graduate thesis was entitled “The Catharsis in Mitrush Kuteli’s Prose” (Discussions on the Intertextual content of Kuteli’s prose). Alisa Velaj is a Ph.D. candidate of Albanian literature at the “Blanzhe Koneski” University in Skopie, Republic of Macedonia. She is fluent in English and Italian.

 

 

 

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Turkey and Albania: Strategic partnership in a multi-polar world

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7 April Monday, 2014 Rapid national economic growth and integration in the European Union are among the top priorities in the Albanian government’s current strategy. Albania’s aspirations in international trade would be incomplete if Turkish markets and investors are not part of this process and strategy. Ankara has historically maintained excellent political relations with Tirana and is constantly striving to reach new heights of strengthened commercial ties. Albania, thanks to its sustainable economic development course, has been successful in increasing the presence of foreign direct investments in the country and was not affected by the financial crises reigning over Europe for the last three years. Coincidentally, the Republic of Turkey, just like Albania, has successfully managed to avoid the negative consequences precipitated by some EU member states. To raise the level of cooperation between both countries and maximize the benefits from their excellent political relations, Albania and Turkey must begin to revitalize and rekindle their bilateral trade relations. Albania can learn much from Turkey, not only from its agricultural sector and innovation in technology, but also in adapting cutting edge technology and engineering innovation applied in the construction of hydroelectric dams, such as in the current Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) in Turkey. This development project is located in one of the regions that has great potential for generating renewable energy through hydroelectric dams. According to Prof. Kamil Kaygusuz, a research scholar focused on Turkey’s renewable energy resources and infrastructure, it is estimated that Turkey has the potential to produce 433 GW—equal to 1.2% of the world’s total hydroelectric power production. For its part, Albania is emerging as a regional player in the production of hydroelectric energy, however the current technology used in some of the largest operational dams does not guarantee their full efficiency and carries a level of uncertainty regarding their operational status in the future. In the long run, adopting Turkey’s technological research and development skills, and using modern equipment in its hydroelectric dams would benefit Albania’s plans to effectively administer its currently operational dams. It would also improve the infrastructure of its energy sector as well as help secure its future in becoming a leading nation in renewable energy production. Another important area where Turkey can serve as a role model for Albania and help improve its national image is the agricultural sector. In 2010, Turkey led the world in fig production, generating over 254,838 metric tons (MT) and exporting over 13,700 MT. Albania has great potential in s fruit and vegetable exports, unfortunately the lack of food-packaging infrastructure and the absence of added value to its agricultural products makes this sector suffer and leaves it unable to introduce its products to the EU market. Albania can find a great strategic partner in Turkey and Ankara’s industrial and economic model can serve as genuine start for Tirana’s aspirations to embrace the developed world.

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Një vepër e spikatur për historinë e Shqipërisë dhe shqiptarëve – Recense nga Naim Kelmendi

51V+nhMSbKL__BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA300_SH20_OU01_ “Të huajt për Shqipërinë dhe shqiptarët”:., Piro Tase, Me veprën e tij “Të huajt për Shqipërinë dhe shqiptarët”, Piro Tase na kthen kujtesën te vetvetja ne shqiptarëve, që të kujtojmë veten dhe të ndjehemi krenar, për historinë tonë, për kulturën tonë dhe për lashtësinë tonë po ashtu, sepse këtë e vërtetojnë të tjerët që shkruan, folën dhe thanë për Shqipërinë dhe shqiptarët përgjatë kohëve e periudhave historike e deri në shekullin që po jetojmë migrimin e tij në ShBA” -Naim Kelmendi