Graffiti in Valladolid, Spain: “Kosovo és Sèrbia” (Kosovo is Serbia) with painted territory of Kosovo in colors of Serbian flag. Thank you amigos for your support!
The world’s largest social network Facebook has listed Kosovo as a country more than five years after the breakaway territory proclaimed independence from Serbia. Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said in a statement that he “was informed (on Monday) by senior Facebook executives… about including Kosovo in the global social network”.
Shame on you Facebook. Kosovo and Metohija is a stolen and occupied Serbian province. Kosovo is not a country, and China, Russia, Spain, India and a majority of the countries of this world has not recognized Kosovo as a country. So, why do you do that? Kosovo is Serbia for ever. We’ll get it back sooner or later.
This well-researched article written by Anna Möller-Loswick argues against independence for Kosovo and has based this argument on two major themes: the principle of national self-determination and possible consequences of a unilateral secession.
In the first section, it demonstrates that the arguments for national self- determination based on international law and a liberal notion of democracy were not convincing. Secondly, this essay analyses possible consequences of a unilateral secession and concluded that the risks that follow with secession simply are too great, not only for minorities and the prospects of democracy in Kosovo but for the entire region since there is an overwhelming risk of destabilisation.
Well, read the whole article entitled ‘Should Kosovo Become Independent?”