BCR Issue 127 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

GLOBAL VOICES

BCR Issue 127

Nick Childs
6 Sep 05
NATO members are finding it increasingly difficult to sustain their commitment to the Kosovo peace process.
Sonja Nikolic
24 Mar 00
Minorities in Kosovo are in prison, trapped in guarded enclaves and living in fear, but steps can be taken to break the cycle of revenge.
Dan Damon
24 Mar 00
Making law in and about Kosovo is the only long-term solution to the region's problems.
IWPR
24 Mar 00
The prospect of people of different nationalities and religion living together again has been destroyed.
Jakup Krasniqi
24 Mar 00
Only independence will secure peace in Kosovo and the region - any other solution would be unfair and flawed.
IWPR
24 Mar 00
Kosovo remains burdened with a combination of wild capitalism and socialist self-management of 1989 - and no real rule of law. Bolder steps are required on all sides to establish state-like structures which can produce real reform.