by Gordon N. Bardos The year 1999 witnessed the outbreak of the fourth “War of the Yugoslav Succession” to plague Southeastern Europe since 1991. In March, the continuing struggle between the Kosovo Liberation Army (UCK) and Serbian government forces, drew NATO into its first military campaign against a sovereign country in its fifty-year history. The […]

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