Albania Today 1990

The Albanians Mosaic - National History Museum, Tirana

The Albanians Mosaic – National History Museum, Tirana

Albania Today was a political and informative review produced bi-monthly from the first issue that appeared in November/December at the end of 1971 until everything hit the fan in 1990.

For 20 years it was one way to keep up with the political developments within the country, including its relationship with The People’s Republic of China.

Although there is an emphasis on political statements and speeches there are also insights into the changes, developments and ideas existing within Albanian society during the 1970s and 1980s.

The full list of contents can be found here.

1990 was the last year that the magazine was published. Matters were chaotic during the year and distribution wasn’t guaranteed. Some of the articles also demonstrate the manner in which the Party sought to deal with the increasingly unstable situation that was developing throughout Eastern Europe. All those efforts came to nothing. To the best of my knowledge issue No 5 (114) was the last ever published.

Albania Today No 3 (112) 1990

Albania Today No 3 (112) 1990

 

 

Contents include:

To enhance the role of the Democratic Front in the process of the further democratisation of the life of the country – Nexhmije Hoxha

Our time and our literature – Ismail Kadare

 

 

Albania Today No 4 (113) 1990

Albania Today No 4 (113) 1990

 

Contents include:

Albania has considered children the most privileged part of the population for whom society and the family do a great deal – Ramiz Alia

On the new economic mechanism

Major victory in the field of the people’s education

 

Albania Today No 5 (114) 1990

Albania Today No 5 (114) 1990

 

 

Contents include:

The strengthening of the people’s state power and the improvement of the political system reinforce democratic developments

Fertile fields in the place of former marshlands

The education reform in Albania is connected with the new requirements of the time