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An indispensable resource not only for students of Kosova, but
those of Yugoslavia, Albanians, Serbs or the Balkans, too. It helps put
everything in perspective. And for those who want to be at ease with their
conscience when taking a stand on the issue of Kosova's independence, it is
a savior. -- Seb Bytyci, Indiana University

Very Interesting -- BBC News, 2007

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A remarkable evaluation of the issues surrounding the Kosova region.

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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Daring and to the point 23 Oct. 2006
By Piro - Published on
Format: Paperback
The Case for Kosova is an excellent collection of cases addressed by names that have become authorities on the Kosovo issue. Ann Di Lellio has put together Janusz Bugajski, Bernd Fisher, Noel Malcolm, Julie Mertus, Owen Pearson and many other social scientist, journalists and historians who give their views on range of issues facing Kosovo's independence. I highly recommend this book to anyone with interest in the Balkans especially Kosovo and to anyone studying nation-building and development.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great book from well established author 26 Oct. 2009
By Ilir Hoxha - Published on
Format: Paperback
It's really a book form somebody who understands the circumstances in Kosovo... who has lived there for years and then writes about it a very serious fashion using some of the sources that have not been used before. This is very important as I tend to appreciate the authors that know the place they are speaking about and are not limited just to quotation of the sources. Its really good and valuable book to read... I highly recommend...
2 of 9 people found the following review helpful
this book is very one sided and her next book is even more terrible 4 July 2009
By mike rogers - Published on
Format: Paperback
this book is worth not even the paper its written on she does not know the reality of kosovo she has no idea about history are anything for that matter i am a historian scholar in university she actually rights in all of her books like a little kids fairytale even her knew book that's coming out about kosovo and the battle of 1389 is totally false she even tried to change the real mans name of Milo's obilic to a Albanian name which is totally ridiculous so i would pay maybe a dollar for this book and maybe 50 cents for any other book this none historian makes.this person has no idea about anything in history and she just wanted to make these fairytale books to make one side happy from the war but its fake history and very amusing i recommend that nobody buys what this person publishes unless your looking for just a escape to read but not history facts.
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