Serbia (tagged articles)
Looking into the Crystal Ball of Kosova: Perceptions, Understandings, and Predictions of the Next Generation
Rachael A. Pulwers - Kosovar university students have strong opinions on the current situation and future of their nation. Their opinions regarding negotiations between the Serbian and Kosovar governments are vital, particularly because soon they will be the ones to inherit the legacy... Keep Reading »
Boris S. Nikitin - Since the collapse of the Soviet Empire in 1991, the world has gone through a final massive wave of democratization in Europe, which was highlighted by the fact that many countries finally gained long sought independence and autonomy. Sudden change of governments resulted... Keep Reading »
Kendra A. Palmer - It is mid-1998. On news programs in the United States, the issue of intervention in Kosovo is addressed as a prevalent concern. It is at least mentioned in every presentation: any progress that's been made or any possible change is offered to the audience with up-to... Keep Reading »
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Alex Bellamy - Since the commencement of the Nato action against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY), the broadsheets have been full of debate concerning its legality. Amongst others, academics such as Noel Malcolm, Marc Weller, Christopher Greenwood, Adrian Hastings, Mark... Keep Reading »
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Alex Bellamy - Once again, President Slobodan Milosevic has demonstrated his impunity towards the will of the international community. After prosecuting unsuccessful wars of aggression against Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina, the tanks of the JNA (Yugoslav Peoples Army)... Keep Reading »
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