The challenge for the predominance in Albania and, therefore, in the lower Adriatic was the other (less known) aspect of the Italian-Yugoslavian rivalry that arose after the First World War. The article analyzes the stages that, from the Paris negotiations to the Treaty of Tirana of November 2, 1927, characterized the harsh political and diplomatic confrontation between Rome and Belgrade, resolved by the superior economic means available to Italy's ambitions and by King Zog's desire to have a munificent protector who was, however, geographically at a safe distance.

Basciani, A. (2021). Struggle for Supremacy in Adriatic. Italy, SHS Kingdom and the Albanian Question. QUALESTORIA, XLIX(1), 123-137 [10.13137/0393-6082/32188].

Struggle for Supremacy in Adriatic. Italy, SHS Kingdom and the Albanian Question.

Alberto Basciani
2021

Abstract

The challenge for the predominance in Albania and, therefore, in the lower Adriatic was the other (less known) aspect of the Italian-Yugoslavian rivalry that arose after the First World War. The article analyzes the stages that, from the Paris negotiations to the Treaty of Tirana of November 2, 1927, characterized the harsh political and diplomatic confrontation between Rome and Belgrade, resolved by the superior economic means available to Italy's ambitions and by King Zog's desire to have a munificent protector who was, however, geographically at a safe distance.
Basciani, A. (2021). Struggle for Supremacy in Adriatic. Italy, SHS Kingdom and the Albanian Question. QUALESTORIA, XLIX(1), 123-137 [10.13137/0393-6082/32188].
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