Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales, Vol 10, No 2 (2017)

The involvement of the International Control Commission on Border setting with Greece"

Jeta Mitat Goxha

Abstract


Abstract. In the bosom of the Ambassadors' Conference in London in 1913 had been several controversies about Albania's southern border. Albania, though a small country in terms of land area, it’s a very important place in the geostrategic perspective. For this reason, it would be coveted by the great powers and its bordering neighbors.

This paper aims to analyze the reasons that led to such decision-making. Controversies and disputes between the great powers. And the role that Vlora government had during this period.

The problem has been analyzed through a bibliographic search, addressing issues in the historical plan. The research method is historical description. This theoretical approach is thought of as the most appropriate methodology for the study, because it provides the possibility of interpretation and organization of the materials found.

The issues inside the article are: The establishment of the International Control Commission, the South Border Agreement, and the role of Prince Witte in realizing the aspirations of Albanians.


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