The Complex Nature and Implications of International Engagement after Kosovo’s Independence

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 […]

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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 […]

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Human Security as ‘Ethnic Security’ in Kosovo

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 […]

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