Sunday, January 28, 2007

Last Monday, I participated in a discussion on the status of Kosovo and its implications at LSE. What was striking beside the apparently large interest in the topic was the diaspora mobilization. As a result, it was more controversial and difficult to talk calmly about some issues, such as conditional independence, than in Belgrade (or Prishtina). I guess abroad there are more people who see their role as "professionally" defending what they think their nations' interest is.

1 comment:

Olga said...

The final status of Kosovo is widely discussed today. But what about Kosovar Roma? I wonder if anybody represent their interests in this discussions? I would really appreciate if you can give me any additional information on this issue. Thanx.