Military Intervention in Aid of Secession: Kosovo and Its Aftermath
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The chapter analyses the impact of the military interventions supportive to the secessions on the cases from the post-communist Europe. The text begins with the analysis of the case of Kosovo and presents clear conclusions on the impact of the Western intervention in the Balkans conflict for the contemporary situation in Ukraine.
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