The infamous Pan-Albanianism report has finally been published. OK, so the conclusion is unexciting, but my vital (and I think original) observation stands:
The Kosovo Liberation Army and the National Liberation Army only started to gain popular support in Kosovo and Macedonia respectively when they dropped their initial pan-Albanian nationalist goals and concentrated more on rights for their own people. The Albanian National Army, which overtly advocated a “Greater Albania” agenda, never managed to gain popular credibility at all.
I went home as soon as the publication process was irreversible, and hope to improve sufficiently overnight for work tomorrow.