The Kosovo Crisis: The Last American War in Europe?

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Reuters, 2001 - 316 páginas
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Kosovo saw the last European war of the twentieth century, the first fought by a NATO force, and possibly the end of America's direct involvement in European military affairs. This book explains how Kosovo came to be 'the crucible of a poisonous ethnic struggle' and examines the implications of the international response.*A unique presentation of the events by nine specialist writers makes this the only book of such scope and international dimension available on the Kosovo crisis. *Sets out the causes, chronicles the events and evaluates the motivation of the major participants in the conflict in a manner unattempted since the hostilities ended. *Multi-disciplinary in nature, the book establishes a link between politics and media. *Presents a close examination of the respective international responses and provides provocative, original and informed conclusions. *Includes analysis of German and Italian positions in NATO allowing students to examine the lesser known policies of these countries. *Presents a coherent post-Cold War interpretation of events of great importance to Europe, NATO and the USA. *Presents a view which underlines the need for a new foreign policy for the EU, par

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Tony Weymouth

has taught in universities in the United States and in continental Europe, and most recently was Principal Lecturer in French and European Studies at the University of Central Lancashire. Published works include Markets and Myths: Forces for Change in the European Media and Insulting the Public?: The British Press and the European Union.

Stanley Henig is a former MP, and latterly Leader of Lancaster City Council. Until recently he was Professor in Politics and European Studies at the University of Central Lancashire. He has written and lectured extensively in the UK and abroad on European politics and his latest book is The Uniting of Europe: From Discord to Concord.

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