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Kosovo's Future Status and U.S. Policy
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Kosovo's Future Status and U.S. Policy
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Kosovo's Future Status and U.S. Policy
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Kosovo's Future Status: Alternative Models
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Kosovo's Independence and U.S. Policy
On February 17, 2008, Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia. On February 18, the United States recognized Kosovo as an independent state. Britain, France, Germany, Italy, and most other European Union countries have also recognized Kosovo. Serbia and Russia have heatedly objected to the recognition of Kosovo's independence. Independent Kosovo faces many challenges, including its relations with Serbia and Serbs in Kosovo, as well as weak institutions and an underdeveloped economy. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs10602/
Kosovo and U.S. Policy
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Kosovo and U.S. Policy
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