Kosovo: What Everyone Needs to Know® ePub download
by Tim Judah
- ISBN: 0195373456
- ISBN13: 978-0195373455
- ePub: 1167 kb | FB2: 1467 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Humanities
- Publisher: Oxford University Press; Reprint edition (September 29, 2008)
- Pages: 208
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 722
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Tim Judah's book on Kosovo combines both functions. It is In history classes taught in American schools it is quite common for the students to be given two textbooks.
Tim Judah's book on Kosovo combines both functions. Book 1 is written as a narrative of events, combined with some biased point of view. Book 2 collects a lot of primary sources such as newspaper articles, treaties, and letters. The student combines both books in their imagination to gain an understanding of history. Tim Judah's book on Kosovo combines both functions.
Series: What Everyone Needs To Know®. Of course, brevity entails tough choices, but surely "everyone needs to know" more about the great-power machinations behind this history than Judah chooses to reveal. 22 people found this helpful. Paperback: 208 pages.
What Everyone Needs to Know. Although the focus of this book is Kosovo, it is also about the people of the Western Balkans, especially the Albanians and the Serbs, who do not t neatly into the boundaries of the states that have come to exist today. More than that, it would make no sense to examine the history and politics of modern Kosovo without an understanding of this.
Tim Judah is a correspondent for The Economist covering the Balkans. He is the author of Kosovo: War and Revenge, and The Serbs: History, Myth and the Destruction of Yugoslavia.
عاينة المستخدمين - Sjonni - Goodreads. Tim Judah is a correspondent for The Economist covering the Balkans. Kosovo: What Everyone Needs to Know® What Everyone Needs To Know®. Oxford University Press, 2008.
issue with a very bombastic title: Judah . Kosovo: What Everyone Needs to Know, Oxford. University Press, Oxford−New York, 2008. Kosovo: A Short History. The book shows how, during the long struggle for Macedonia, some ethnic Macedonians adopted or had to adopt the national identity of one of the competing nations, most chose a Macedonian identityâ?and how Macedonia's struggle to establish a distinct national identity goes on even today. The author concludes that Balkan acceptance of a Macedonian identity, nation, and state has become a necessity for stability in the Balkans and in a united Europe.
A straightforward guide to the history and geopolitics of Kosovo and the first book on the country since its declaration of independence in February this year. a solid introduction to an important topic. Judah does a commendable job of telling the dense story in an understandable fashion. Because the region changes so quickly, an up-to-date history like this is welcome.
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On February 17, 2008, Kosovo declared its independence, becoming the seventh state to emerge from the break-up of the former Yugoslavia
On February 17, 2008, Kosovo declared its independence, becoming the seventh state to emerge from the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. A tiny country of just two million people, 90% of whom are ethnic Albanians, Kosovo is ly, historically, and politically-to the future of the Western Balkans and, in turn, its potential future within the European Union.
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In Kosovo: What Everyone Needs to Know, Tim Judah provides a straight-forward guide to the complicated place that is Kosovo. Judah reveals how things stand now and presents the history and geopolitical dynamics that have led to it. The most important of these is the question of the right to self-determination, invoked by the Kosovo Albanians, as opposed to right of territorial integrity invoked by the Serbs. Books related to Kosovo : What Everyone Needs To Know.
We need to know what is going on in Kosovo When it is published Judah’s book will provide both a context for the February 17th declaration, explaining and exploring the history of the region, and clear-eyed analysis o. .
We need to know what is going on in Kosovo. And Tim Judah can tell us. On February 17th, this former province of Serbia, whose population is overwhelmingly (90%) ethnic Albanian, declared its independence. Kosovo was recognized as an autonomous state by the . and the European countries; recognition of its independence was denied by Serbia, Russia, and others. When it is published Judah’s book will provide both a context for the February 17th declaration, explaining and exploring the history of the region, and clear-eyed analysis of how the crisis there is apt to play out in the coming months.