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Civil resistance in Kosovo

Civil resistance in Kosovo

Author: Howard Clark
Publisher: London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

'Using a wide variety of sources, expecially interviews and discussions with policy makers, Clark pieces together an intricate picture ... An invaluable text.' Peace News

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Clark, Howard, 1950-
Civil resistance in Kosovo.
London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, 2000
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Clark
ISBN: 0745315747 9780745315744 0745315690 9780745315690
OCLC Number: 43540088
Description: xx, 266 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: When a dam breaks --
The demographic battlefield: 1912-66 --
After the fall of Rankovic --
The rising swell of nationalism --
Milosevic mobilises --
Lazar's curse: 'Whoever does not fight at Kosovo' --
The Albanians in Kosovo --
The Ottoman Empire --
The First World War and the First Yugoslavia --
The Second World War --
A resistant culture --
Tito's Yugoslavia --
Everything but a republic --
1981 and afterwards --
An afterword on Communism in Kosovo --
The turn to nonviolence --
Miners defend autonomy --
The Party crumbles --
Organisation and pluralism --
The Campaign to Reconcile Blood Feuds --
Military realism --
Nonviolence in Kosovo Albanian identity --
Two sovereignties --
A Serbian recipe for Albanian 'separatism' --
Wholesale dismissals --
Police and paramilitary --
The contest for legitimacy --
The electoral boycott --
International support --
Independence: a 'maximalist' goal? --
Parallel structures --
Schools in struggle --
Open but illegal --
The University of Prishtina --
Funding education --
The lesson taught --
Medical care --
The media --
Arts and sport --
Economic survival --
Politics 'as if' --
A state-in-embryo --
Pointers for an alternative strategy --
The Dayton effect --
A framework for 'active nonviolence' --
A strategy of empowerment --
Altering Serbian will --
Empowerment: women --
Empowerment: youth --
The student movement of 1997-98 --
When the world takes notice --
Principles and interests --
In the absence of a peace process --
International solidarity takes time.
Responsibility: Howard Clark.
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