American Journal of History and Culture


Diplomatic Victory of the Kosovo Liberation Army

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture Diplomatic Victory of the Kosovo Liberation Army Dr. Lulzim Nika Member of the Organization of American Historians In the dissolution of Yugoslavia, Serbian nationalism played a crucial role with the project of creating a greater Serbia, using military violence to achieve the goal of this project. The northern republics such as Slovenes, Croats and Kosovo Albanians had the strongest reaction against this project, since after the first pluralist elections in Yugoslavia, political parties seeking independence from Belgrade came to the helm of these republics. The actions of national movements of the Slovenians, Croats, Bosnians, Kosovo Albanians, Macedonians and Montenegrins for independence, have been a reaction to the project of Serbian nationalism for the creation of a greater Serbia. In these new circumstances created in the Yugoslav federation, Kosovo Albanians profiled the demands for a sovereign and independent state of Kosovo, legitimizing it with the referendum held under conditions of occupation and with a sovereign vote for the independence of Kosovo. Despite the creation of some parallel institutions such as education and the obedience of Western diplomacy for a peaceful solution to the Kosovo issue. This was not achieved until an armed resistance from Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) started in Kosovo, that the Kosovo issue was imposed on the diplomacies with international influence to start taking important decisions towards the solution to the Kosovo issue. Due to the KLA war, the contact group took the historical decision to organize an international conference in Rambouillet of France, with a concrete peaceful plan for Kosovo. Rambouillet’s decisions were rejected by the Yugoslav government, thus forcing NATO military intervention to stop crimes against Albanian civilians by Serb forces. The efforts of the Kosovo Albanians to get out of the Serbian occupation had been imposed, even ...

Introduction to the study of Ibn Qutayba´s ‘Uyūn al-Akhbār

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture Introduction to the study of Ibn Qutayba´s ‘Uyūn al-Akhbār Prof.Dr.Luisa Maria Arvide Cambra University of Almeria, Spain Ibn Qutayba (828-889) is one of the most important writers of medieval Arabic literature. He is the author of several books of Adab, a classic genre of prose cultivated among the Arabs in the Middle Ages. This paper refers to this outstanding figure of medieval times and is an approach to the study of one of his main works: the compendium of Adab (belles-lettres) entitled as ‘Uyūn al-Akhbār (Sources of information). It includes some preliminary notes by way of introduction about the life and the work of the author, a special reference to the cited book, and an appendix with the English translation of an Arabic text selected and taken from the ‘Uyūn al-Akhbār. Keywords: Ibn Qutayba. Adab. Medieval Arabic Literature. Classical Arabic Prose. Abbasid times ...

Documenting The History Of Segadi Michael Monastery

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture Documenting The History Of Segadi Michael Monastery Bogale Aligaiz Agalu Department of History, Injibara The aim of this research is dealing with the documenting the history of Segadi Michael monastery. Monastery is very great in size when we compare with church. The monastery established in the 17th century by the founder Abune Tetemke- Medehin at the Awi Administrative Zone, Guangua Woreda. The presence of Segadi Michael monastery in the Guangua Woreda plays a significant role for development of Christianity religion for the local people and people of Ethiopia in general. The income of the church come not only from the contribution of the believers and agricultural product of its own land, grinding variety of crops by the use of mill as well as rearing the cattle, but also when performing religious activities such as child baptizing, gift during celebration (holiday) and in the form of cereals from local people. Keywords: Monastery, Segadi Michael, Orthodox, Guangua, Segadi ...

THE UNVEILING OF TWO MONUMENTS OF THE LIBERATOR: SIMÓN BOLÍVAR IN NEW YORK CITY (1921), AND SIMÓN BOLÍVAR IN BOLÍVAR, MISSOURI (1948)

Review Article of American Journal of History and Culture THE UNVEILING OF TWO MONUMENTS OF THE LIBERATOR: SIMÓN BOLÍVAR IN NEW YORK CITY (1921), AND SIMÓN BOLÍVAR IN BOLÍVAR, MISSOURI (1948) Rafael Arreaza Scrocchi Troy University This study explores two important moments in Bolívar’s image and cultural history: first, president Warren G. Harding’s speech during the ceremony of the unveiling of the equestrian statue of the Latin American Liberator, Simón Bolívar, in the city of New York in April 19, 1921, narrating the facts behind the story of the monument created by the American artist, Mrs. Sally James Farnham. Furthermore, this investigation includes original photographs that were taken during the ceremony and that were disseminated by the Addresses Delivered on the Occasion of the Unveiling of the Statue of the Liberator Simón Bolívar Presented to the City of New York by the Government of Venezuela; The American Magazine of Art, and The Colombian Review. Second, this investigation analyzes the unveiling of the statue of the Latin-American Liberator, Simón Bolívar in 1948 in the city of Bolívar in the State of Missouri, including information from the speeches given by the president of the United States of America, Harry Truman, and the Venezuelan president, Rómulo Gallegos. This study also includes a set of eight original photographs that were taken and disseminated during both ceremonies in New York City and in the city of Bolívar in the State of Missouri. Keywords: President Warren G Harding; Simón Bolívar; Sally James Farnham; Equestrian Monument; Liberator; President Harry Truman; President Rómulo Gallegos; Missouri; City of Bolívar; Venezuela; Statue of Simón Bolívar ...

Dr. Asyraf Hj Ab Rahman
Professor and Dean, Department of Government and Civilization Studies, Centre for Fundamental and Liberal Education,Universiti Malaysia Terengganu

Dr. Michael J. Gonzalez
Professor of History, Director of History MA Program, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA 92110

Dr. Thierno Thiam
Chair and Associate Professor, Department of History and Political Science, College of Arts and Sciences, Tuskegee University

Dr. Zinchenko Viktor Viktorovich
Principal research scientist of the Institute of Higher Education of the National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine; Professor of the department of management and innovative technologies of social and cultural activities of the National Pedagogical Dragomanov University; Head of the Department of Management of the Ukrainian Institute of Arts and Sciences;

Dr. Taher Badinjki
Professor, Dept. of English, Faculty of Arts, Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan

Prof. Dr. Singgih Tri Sulistiyono, M.Hum.
Department of History, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia

Dana R. Chandler
University Archivist/Assistant Professor, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama.

Dr. Santosh Kumar Behera
Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University

Dr. Farhana Haque
Department of English and Humanities, Brac University, Bangladesh

Dr. Syed Damsaz Ali Andrabi
History, Government Degree College Boys Pulwama, Kashmir, J& K,192301

Dr. Manisha Choudhary
Assistant Professor, CAS-Department of History, Faculty of Social sciences, University of Delhi

Dr. Naser Jamil Alzaidiyeen
Assistant Professor, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia/ Majmaah University College of Science and Humanities

Dr. Manoj Kumar
Assistant Professor, Amity University Rajasthan

Dr. AGNEY GK
Assistant Professor,Department of History, Marthoma College

Dr. Onek, C. Adyanga
Associate Professor, History Department, Millersville University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Silvia Regina Alves Fernandes
Associate Professor, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro – UFRRJ

Dr. Luisa Maria Arvide Cambra
Professor and Chair, University of Almeria, Spain

Dr. Masood Mashkoor
Professor and Dean, Faculty Management & Administrative Sciences Federal Urdu University Arts, Science and Technology

Dr Marco Ceccarelli
Professor,LARM: Laboratory of Robotics and Mechatronics, DiCEM – University of Cassino and South Latium, Via Di Biasio 43, 03043 Cassino (Fr), Italy

Dr. Abdulai Iddrisu
Associate Professor, History/Africa and the African Diaspora, St. Olaf College, Minnesota, United States

Prof. (DR) O. P. MONGA
Freelance Professor of Sociology, OB &HR and United Nations Volunteer (Online)

Dr. Ikechukwu Anthony KANU
Professor of Religion, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University and Rector, Augustinian Institute

Dr. Moïra Anne Müller
Professor, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Internationale School voor Wijsbegeerte (ISVW), Leusden, The Netherlands

Dr. Santosh Kumar Jha
Senior Faculty, School of Fashion Leather Accessories Design, Footwear Design & Development Institute (Government of India)

Dr. Giuseppina Ferriello
Historian and Independent Researcher, Italy

Dr. Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy
Banking University

Dr. E. J. O. Ndubisi
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University

Dr. Adeyemi Johnson ADEMOWO
Associate Professor and Head, Department of Sociology, Afe Babalola University,

Prof. K M Vishnu Namboodiri
Head, Department of History, Mar Thoma College Tiruvalla

Dr. Vicente Alanoca
National University of Altiplano (Puno-Perú)

Dr. Alexander Franco
Director of the Centre for International Business and Educational Research, Strategy First Institute, Yangon and Mandalay

Dr. Ravi Khangai
Assistant Professor, Department of History, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, Adjunct Faculty, Hindu University of America

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