The case of Kosovo status in the Balkan policy of European union
Keywords:Balkan, European Union, conflict management, Kosovo, Serbia, Yugoslavia
The politics of the European Union are different from other organizations and states due to the unique nature of the EU. The common institutions mix the intergovernmental and supranational aspects of the EU. A particular feature of Kosovo’s internal policy development as an independent state and problematic reasons with a full international recognition of this fact is also highlighted. The research studied objective and subjective historical reasons for the state formation of Kosovo Albanians starting from the latent stage of this process within former Yugoslavia and then up to the declaration of Kosovo independence. The paper deals historical context European Balkan politic
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