The closer the beginning of the disentangling of the Kosovo crisis, the greater the edginess of its protagonists. The world powers seem to have reached a consensus over the principle for the resolving of the Kosovo question, and are strengthening diplomatic pressure in order that their compromise proposal might be accepted as the basis for […]

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