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  • Kosovo Liberal Army
    556 words
    Kosovo has encountered some hard times. Ethnic Albanians claim themselves to be the descendants of the ancient, Kosovo's first inhabitants. The Serbs believe that Kosovo is the cradle of their history and culture. Both have different wants; the Serbs with to have "their" land while the Albanians, which make up ninety percent of the population, want an independent nation. Many of the troubles evolved from World War II when the country was torn on whether or not to support t Hitler and his movemen...
  • Kosovo Liberation Army Guerrillas
    718 words
    The US should not be involved with the situation in the Balkans because the US doesn t have enough money to start what could be the next World War. The US should try to pay back the trillions of dollars that it owes to other countries overseas. If the US got involved, then the US would have to take money out of the social security to pay for the war. After all that money is gone, then the US would have to raise takes to support the war. The higher taxes could cause companies to go out of busines...
  • Ethnic Albanians Conflicts With Serbian Officials
    2,109 words
    Kosovo: Conflicts Between Serbians and Ethnic Albanians. Introduction A. Thesis- The conflict between the Serbs and Albanians shows us the amount of intolerance with religious, political, and racial conflicts throughout the history of the relationship between the Serbs and Albanians. II. History of Kosovo. Battles 1.1913 Albanian rebellion against Serbian officials. 2. The cause was the rape of an Albanian women. B. Kosovo's extra problems. Religious conflicts. Albania religion 1. Islamic belief...
  • Fact Of Serbs In Kosovo
    844 words
    There has been a conflict for quite some time now between the people of once Serbia now Yugoslavia and the Islamic countries bordering them. The grudge can be traced back over 600 years to the first battle. The hatred between the two sides is still endures. No one knows exactly when the repugnance started, but the situation was understood. During the time of the Ottoman Empire the Turks were terrorizing most of Europe, ferociously converting people into Islam. The other option was death. The Ser...
  • Presence Of Nato Forces In Kosovo
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    Nato Actions in Kosovo Contravened International Law On Wednesday 24th March 1999 NATO Chief Javier Solana ordered air strikes on Serbian troops. These soldiers were in their sovereign country and in an area was known as Kosovo. In this essay I will discuss how the situation arose and what were the real aims of this action. The Serbian province of Kosovo has long been regarded as the most volatile region in all of the former Yugoslavia. Serbian authorities abolished Kosovo's parliament in 1990, ...
  • Serbian Military And Ethnic Albanians
    4,319 words
    1. Introduction 1.1 Topic For the past ten years, ethnic Albanians and Serbians have been battling over the control of Kosovo. Both sides demanded control of Kosovo for cultural reasons; reasons that would eventually cause 848,000 ethnic Albanians to either flee the region or be killed. In 1998 a UN lead NATO force began the systematic elimination of Serbian armed forces occupying Kosovo villages. After 78 days of sustained bombardment, armed forces from England, US, Pakistan, France, Germany an...
  • Views Of The Church In Kosovo
    1,938 words
    After the Dayton peace accords in 1995, terminating the civil war in Bosnia-Hercegovina, the attention of the world turned to Kosovo. The international agreement terminating the Bosnian War ignored the problems of Kosovo, where the Albanian majority claimed independence. As their complaints were not addressed, the Kosovars turned from a policy of passive resistance of their moderate leadership to guerilla tactics and violent acts against the Serbian authorities conducted by the Kosovo Liberation...
  • Albania And The Albanians
    3,455 words
    The destruction of Bosnia-Herzegovina is proof, if proof were needed, that the actions of states are not determined by ethical or humanitarian consideration. The war of conquest launched by Serbia, and joined by Croatia, was allowed to take its genocide course because the defense of Bosnia and its citizens was not an imperative dictated by national or security interests of any state. There is nothing new here; nothing new to lament. This is the way we have ordered our world. (Rabbi Ali & Lip sch...
  • Ethnic Albanian Population In Kosovo
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    For all this years Serbians were considered a minority group. In the past years Clinton administration's started to increase their involvement in the conflict in Serbia's Kosovo province where threatening new economic sanctions and NATO interventions against Yugoslavia, to increasing military and intelligence ties with Albania. Bordering Albania and Macedonia, Kosovo is the southern province of present-day Serbia, which, together with Montenegro, makes up what remains of the Federal Republic of ...
  • Serbs Against The Ethnic Albanians
    3,477 words
    Genocide throughout History Throughout the history of mankind, horrific acts of genocide have been committed. The Crusades, the Native American being murdered by the Europeans, the Forced Famine in the Ukraine and the Killing Fields of Cambodia are all examples of genocide (Altman, 55). The word genocide comes from the Greek phrase genes meaning race or tribe and Latin root cide meaning to kill (Altman, 13). Genocide can be defined as acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part a ...

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