NATO’s intervention in Kosovo was an act of symbolic importance for the West’s ‘narrative of success.’ 20 years later, Kosovo is still waiting for the transformative power of the West to catch on.
Prishtina Insight’s new photo essay examines the footprints left across Kosovo by NATO’s bombing campaign, two decades after its initiation.
In an interview with Jeta ne Kosove, former NATO spokesperson Jamie Shea NATO reflects on the tensest moment of alliance air campaign against Serbia – when Russian forces suddenly showed up in Kosovo.
Against the backdrop of Kosovo’s formation of its first official army, a new brigade combat team from Hawaii arrives in Kosovo, marking 20 years of U.S. support since the end of the war to preserve security and peace in Kosovo.
In response to the vote in the Kosovo Assembly on Friday morning approving the expansion of the Kosovo Security Force competences, Kosovo Serb politicians have stated they will challenge the decision.