Growing International Opposition to Imposed Solution

Georgian Opposition Wants U.S. To Renounce Recognition Of Kosovo

Published on November 6, 2009, Radio Free Europe

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TBILISI -- The chairman of Georgia's opposition Labor Party is in Washington to discuss Georgian-U.S.-Russian relations and the recognition of Kosovo and Georgia's breakaway regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, RFE/RL's Georgian and Russian services report. Labor Party Secretary-General Joseph Shatberashvili told RFE/RL that the main goal of Shalva Natelashvili's visit to Washington is "to s...


Not much positive news from Afghanistan

Published on November 2, 2009, The Chronicle Herald

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AS EVERYONE scrambles to predict a possible future outlook for war-ravaged Afghanistan, the negative variables continue to mount. The Taliban have boldly stepped up their attacks in the power vacuum created by the failed August elections and the countrywide apathy in anticipation of the upcoming Nov. 7 presidential run-off vote. October was by far the deadliest month of the war with 50 Alli...


United Nations authority: after Kosovo

Published on October 25, 2009, openDemocracy

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The ability of the United Nations to play a leading role in the emerging era of multilateral diplomacy is compromised by the recognition of Kosovo’s independence, says James Ker-Lindsay. A number of recent developments at the United Nations have been welcomed as significant reassertions of the importance of multilateral diplomacy. Barack Obama's speech at the general assembly on 23 September 20...


Signs of Unraveling

Published on June 10, 2009, De-Construct.net

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Cracks in the Illusion Gung-ho push for illegal seizure of southern Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija, brought about through Albanian terrorism and ethnic cleansing of non-Albanians from the province, American-led NATO aggression against Serbia and unilateral declaration of independence by the Albanian secessionists in Priština on 17 February 2008, and followed by the equally belligerent ...


"Kosovo is about secession, not self-determination"

Published on May 19, 2009, B92

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BELGRADE -- The Kosovo issue is not a case of self-determination but of secession, says Algerian Ambassador to Belgrade Abdelkader Mesdoua. Algeria, the diplomat told FoNet news agency in Belgrade on Sunday, will not recognize Kosovo. Mesdoua repeated that his country supports Serbia's territorial integrity and sovereignty. "The Algerian government's position on the issue of Kosovo is c...


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