3. Gëzim Visoka and Grace Bolton (2011), ‘The Complex Nature and Implications of International Engagement after Kosovo’s Independence’, Civil Wars, 13(2): 189-214. This article examines the implications of two distinct phases of international engagement in Kosovo. We argue that a number of flaws developed during UNMIK’s administration (1999–2008), which continue to undermine Kosovo’s stability. We then […]
Minority Consultative Bodies in Kosovo: A quest for effective emancipation or elusive participation?
2. Gëzim Visoka and Adem Beha (2011), ‘Minority Consultative Bodies in Kosovo: A quest for effective emancipation or elusive participation?’, Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, 10(1): 1-30. This paper examines the extent to which effective political participation can be achieved through minority consultative bodies, and what obstacles and shortcomings can potentially occur in […]
1. Adem Beha and Gëzim Visoka (2010), ‘Human Security as ‘Ethnic Security’ in Kosovo’, Human Security Perspectives, 7(1): 83-101. In Kosovo, the concept of human security is invoked in a three-fold manner. First of all, the international community has applied human security for the purpose of maintaining a fragile peace and stability in Kosovo. For the […]