by Shkelzen Maliqi The crisis in Kosovo erupted suddenly, but not unexpectedly. While stability held, no outside powers would become seriously involved. Now the peace has been broken, and the reaction has been swift. But a solution will not come soon. From 1989, when Kosovo’s autonomy was abolished, Albanians built their “parallel” political and social […]

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