Mal BERISHA Former Ambassador of the Republic of Albania to the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland, 2012 – 2016 Courtesy to the Second Edition of the Annual Report of the AAC- June, 2020. Albania’s High Diplomatic Representatives in Lodon Albania’s diplomatic representation in London dates back to the year 1922, almost at the same time with the […]
PROJECT OF THE BALKAN UNIVERSITY IN ALBANIA IN THE BEGINNING OF THE 20TH CENTURY. THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF KAVAJA, PEDAGOGICAL AND AESTHETICAL MODEL Shpend Bengu European University of Tirana. Albania The American politics for the transformation and development of the Near East in the beginnings of the 20th century included even Albania. These politics became concrete in Albania through the […]
The U.S. has too closely tied its foreign policy goals—stability in the Balkans and the construction of free-market democracy in Albania—to one man and one party. Following Berisha’s visit to the U.S. in March 1991, Washington began supplying direct assistance to the DP, including donations of computers and cars for the 1992 electoral campaign. William Ryerson, the first U.S. ambassador, […]
US AMBASSADOR IN ALBANIA BERNSTEIN – A MODEL OF A GREAT DIPLOMAT As a diplomat, I have learned from Herman Bernstein that everything we write, even the notes we scribble and the business cards we exchange, are important records to be preserved. Mal Berisha Herman Bernstein was born on September 21, 1876 in a village named “Vladislavov” in Russian, […]
A SHORT HISTORY OF HIGH DIPLOMATIC PRESENTATION OF ALBANIAN STATE TO THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN FROM 1922 – 2015 Written by Mal BERISHA Former Ambassador of the Republic of Albania to the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland, 2012 – 2016 Courtesy for the Second Edition of the Annual Report of the Council of Albanian […]
“I was impressed by the experience and sophistication of Mr. Berisha. We had an interesting conversation. I had a very good visit with Ambassador Berisha. He makes a very favorable impression for Albanian soft power.” Joseph Samuel Nye, Jr. Professor at John F. Kenedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.