Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture
The accordance of British diplomacy with US diplomacy for Kosovo during 1998
Mr. Sc. Lulzim Nika, PhD candidate, History Department, University of Prishtina
The decisive role in stopping the bloody conflict in the areas of former Yugoslavia was the joint British and American diplomacy efforts.
The decision of international diplomacy, that the Albanians are not participants, the protagonists of their fate at the Dayton Conference, empowered the feeling and projects of Serbian nationalism, whereas the Albanians were disappointed with this decision. In these circumstances KLA activity began to be supported by Albanian population and bloody conflict started to expand in Kosovo as well. British and American diplomats were determined to support and vote resolutions of the Security Council on the condemnation of the violence in Kosovo made by all parties in the conflict. Resolutions for Kosovo were decisive in legitimizing international engagement in resolving the conflict in Kosovo and establishing peace in the Balkans.
Keywords: American, British, Dayton, Diplomacy, Kosovo, Resolution
How to cite this article:
Lulzim Nika. The accordance of British diplomacy with US diplomacy for Kosovo during 1998. American Journal of History and Culture, 2018,xx:xx. (This article has been withdrawn from American Journal of History and Culture.)
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