The Plans of Yugoslavia and the West to Replace the Albanian Regime after the Cominform Resolution
On the basis of the available archive sources of Yugoslav and foreign origins, the following contribution focuses on the lesser–known aspect of the Yugoslav-Albanian relations after their deterioration. The article roughly outlines the plans, operations, concerns and expectations of five states which tried to alter the situation in Albania to their own advantage more or less successfully. Naturally, despite their common goal these states often had conflicting interests.
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