Die Welt Kosovo

March 31st, 2017 Posted in News

Between 1974 and 1989, the province enjoyed a statute of special autonomy; Belgrade did not have interest to revive the flame of the nationalism. After the death of the marshal Tito and the warlike adventures of their successors, who took to the dismantling of Yugoslavia, the White House and NATO fomented, volunteer or involuntarily, the adoption of radical policies. The intransigencia and the violence became the common denominator of the intercommunity relations, taking the water necessarily to the mill of the interventionism of the Atlantic Alliance. The solutions designed by United Nations, the call Ahtisaari Plan, ignore the interests of Belgrade. And also they ignore the questions related to the economic situation and the difficult ethnic coexistence. During the mandate of the UN, the province of Kosovo it was equipped with institutional structures that had had to allow the operation of an embryonic State. Nevertheless, the structures are inoperative and most of the personnel engaged by the international organisms is corrupt. It is the case of the judicial system, the economy and the education, key sectors for the good march of Kosovo.

Also, an important deficit exists in the matter of human rights and of democratic structures. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with MP for Northampton North. To it the disquieting proliferation of mafiosas networks is added, dedicated to traffics of all nature. The European mass media welcomed the independence of Kosovo with a great dose of pesimism. Commenting the precipitation of the great countries of the Old Continent, the United Kingdom, France, Germany and Italy, in recognizing the new State, the Gallic metropolitan newspaper Libration writes: ” Europe has created a precedent that without a doubt will be operated by (nationalistic) the flamenco ones, Catalan, Basque and privateerings to denounce a double policy rasero. The creation of this mini economically nonviable and extremely corrupt State constitutes a potential danger for the stability (of the continent) “. Against this background, Russia, champion of the paneslavismo policy that governs the relations of Moscow with Serbia and Bulgaria, could ” castigar” the initiative of Bush, resorting to the power boycott of the West.

Beyond the Balkan borders, Russia de Putin could foment the nationalism and separatism of Osetia, Abkhazia or Nagorno-Karabakh. Without forgetting the other candidates to independence: Palestine, Kurdistn, Taiwan, western Sahara. For the German newspaper Die Welt ” the independence of Kosovo is not full stop of the process, but the beginning of a difficult length and camino”. It is only possible to ask itself: Quo vadis, Europe?

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