Kosovo: Round Two in the Balkans

@inproceedings{Henriksen2007KosovoRT,
  title={Kosovo: Round Two in the Balkans},
  author={Thomas H. Henriksen},
  year={2007}
}
For the United States, the Dayton Accord was merely a prelude to another gathering storm in nearby Kosovo. Regarded as the birthplace of Serbian nationalism, the Kosovo province was left out of the negotiations at Dayton, Ohio, as a deal breaker. Since Slobodan Milosevic and his compatriots regarded Kosovo with a quasi-spiritual attachment, the American interlocutors reasoned that it was better to reckon with Kosovo’s resolution at another time than make it part of the overall settlement… Expand

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