Kosovo

What is Kosovo known for?


based international

nuclear issue , the role of Islamism worldwide, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the way forward in Kosovo, Iraq and the Western Sahara; and * Strongly supporting a rules-based, rather than force-based, international order, in particular significantly influencing UN resolutions and institutional structures in relation to the new international norm of the ‘responsibility to protect’. International Crisis Group - About International Crisis Group * '''Asia:''' Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China Taiwan Strait, India (Kashmir), Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar Burma, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkmenistan, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan * '''Europe:''' Abkhazia, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Kosovo, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, South Ossetia, Turkey * '''Latin America:''' Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Haiti, Venezuela Variants In Albanian cuisine, minced meat (usually beef), rice and sliced potatoes are cooked in spices (salt, pepper, vegeta (vegeta (food)), paprika), folded into large leaves of steamed or boiled collard greens, then baked. There are other variations depending on personal taste and availability. White cabbage is used mainly among Albanians in Kosovo, whereas Albanians in Montenegro use alternately collard greens or white cabbage. In the former Yugoslavia, this dish is known as ''sarma'' (сарма). right thumb 180px Armenian traditional national dish of the dolma (File:Armenian dolma.jpeg) *Geographical term: **In Albania, Kosovo, Republic of Macedonia, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia: ***Drin (river), in Albania, Kosovo and the Republic of Macedonia In the early years of the new millennium, squadrons home ported at NAS Brunswick continued to fulfill their missions by flying intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and maritime patrol sorties in Operation Joint Guardian in Kosovo and Operation Deliberate Forge in Bosnia in support of U.S. and NATO forces. Following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the U.S., those same squadrons began flying missions in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) in the Middle East. thumb right 200px The Balkan Peninsula, as defined by the Danube-Sava-Kupa line. (File:Balkanpeninsula.png) This concept is based on a geographic argument, that is, on the boundaries of the Balkans (which is considered a synonym by the supporters). The countries located fully in the peninsula are the following: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, ''Kosovo'' (Limited recognition (List of states with limited recognition)) , Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia (Republic of Macedonia), and Montenegro. Based in San Francisco, PC World's original edition is published in the United States however it is also available in other countries (51 in total), sometimes under a different name: * ''PC World'' in Albania, Australia, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, Brazil, Denmark, Greece, Hungary, India (from July 2006), Italy, Kosovo, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Spain, Romania, Turkey, Vietnam, Ecuador. * ''PC Advisor'' in Ireland and the United Kingdom. (Another now-discontinued magazine called ''Personal Computer World'' and a ''PC World (PC World (retailer))'' retailer —neither related to the ''PC World'' magazine —already exist or existed in those markets.) As part of Joint Force Harrier, 3 Squadron operated alongside the Fleet Air Arm Sea Harriers (BAE Sea Harrier), and was capable of deployment from the Royal Navy aircraft carriers. Operations included Operation Allied Force over Kosovo in 1999, Operation Palliser over Sierra Leone in 2000 and Operation Telic over Iraq in 2003. In August 2004, it was announced that 6 Harriers would be deployed to Afghanistan in support of NATO forces. *Norway: Coalition Party (Norway) (''Samlingspartiet'') *Kosovo: Coalition Party (Kosovo) In 1999 he made his first film for Hardcash Productions, ''Prime Suspects'', about a massacre in Kosovo for Channel 4's ''Dispatches (Dispatches (TV series))'' programme. This film won the Royal Television Society (RTS) award for International Current Affairs in 1999.


rich tradition

appeared in many periodicals and anthologies as well as in seven collections, four of which were published in Italy, two in Albania and one in Kosovo. Bellizzi is a poet of rich tradition. He is the worthy heir of the great nineteenth-century Arbëresh poets Girolamo De Rada (1814-1903) and Giuseppe Serembe (1844-1901), both of whom he admired very much. His verse is intimately linked with the Arbëresh experience, imbued with the ''gjaku i shprishur'' (the scattered blood). Though devoid of the lingering sentiments of romantic nationalism so common in Albanian verse, and the standard motifs of exile lyrics, Bellizzi's poetry does not fail to evince the strength of his attachment to the culture of his Balkan ancestors despite five hundred years in the ''dheu i huaj'' (foreign land).


original family

(Croatia).JPG thumb 200px Destroyed Serbian house in Croatia. Most of Serbians were expelled in 1995's Operation Storm. The family descends from the House of Nemanjić and House of Lazarević via female line. The family rises to prominence during the time of disintegration of Serbian Empire under the last ruler of House of Nemanjić. The original family domains were centred around Kosovo region, one of the heartlands of medieval Serbian state. Later members

medieval dynasty. The family descent via female line through marriage from the Royal House of Nemanjić. The families rise to prominence during the time of disintegration of Serbian Empire under the last ruler of House of Nemanjić. The original family domains were centred around Kosovo region, one of the heartlands of medieval Serbian state. Later members of the house extended their rule over all remaining independent regions of Serbia making them the last souvenir


critical stance

Savich frequently takes a critical stance toward certain ethnic groups, especially Albanians, Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) and Croats Carl Savich Archive on Serbianna.com to counter what he sees as the pro-Muslim, pro-Albanian, pro-Croatian bias in the US media. He also criticised what he calls "the blatant hypocrisy" of the UN (United Nations) Special Envoy to Kosovo


made guest

, Danielle Schneider, Dannah Feinglass, Jackie Clarke (Jackie Clarke (actress)), Owen Burke, Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel and Rob Riggle. The group's popularity at the UCBT was a springboard to comedy careers for its members: Rob Riggle, a Marine (United States Marine Corps) who served in both Kosovo and Afghanistan, has been a cast member on ''Saturday Night Live'' and a correspondent on ''The Daily Show''. He has made guest appearances on numerous comedy programs such as ''Human Giant'', ''Arrested Development (Arrested Development (TV series))'' and ''The Office (The Office (U.S. TV series))''. Rob Huebel has had guest spots on ''Curb Your Enthusiasm'' and ''Arrested Development (Arrested Development (TV series))'', and was a producer for Michael Moore's ''The Awful Truth (The Awful Truth (TV show))'', but is perhaps best known as the Inconsiderate Cell Phone Man from in-cinema advertising.In addition, he is a core member in MTV 's ''Human Giant'' along with Scheer and Aziz Ansari. Two years prior to this day, Jack Bauer was sent as part of a classified team to Kosovo on the orders of a secret Congressional panel headed by David Palmer to kill Victor Drazen, Slobodan Milošević's "shadow." In order to keep Operation Nightfall totally secret, the panel never met nor knew the team of operatives, and nor did the team know the panel. Therefore, Palmer and Bauer never knew about each other. The Drazens found out about both Palmer's and Bauer's involvement in their father's death (incidentally, Jack Bauer was believed to be the only operative still alive), and the whole assassination plot had been a means to get back at them—Palmer would be dead, Jack would be imprisoned for the assassination, and his family would be killed. '''''The World According to Sesame Street''''' is a 2005 (2005 in film) feature-length documentary (Documentary film) created by Participant Productions, looking at the cultural impact of the children's television series ''Sesame Street'', and the complexities of creating international adaptations. Harris, Dana. "'Sesame' Impact Felt." ''Variety.'' November 22, 2004. It focuses on the adaptations of ''Sesame Street'' in Bangladesh (''Sisimpur''), Kosovo (''Rruga Sesam'', in Albanian (Albanian language); and ''Ulica Sezam'', in Serbian (Serbian language)), and South Africa (''Takalani Sesame''). The film premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival in the documentary competition. The new company quickly announced an ambitious slate of productions. Its first film (announced on September 7, 2007) was ''American Gun'', on which IFC Films was an equity partner. Two weeks later, the company announced a co-production (Co-production (filmmaking)) deal with Warner Bros. on two films, ''Syriana'' and ''Class Action'' (later retitled ''North Country (North Country (film))''). Biskind, Peter. ''Down and Dirty Pictures: Miramax, Sundance, and the Rise of Independent Film.'' New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004. ISBN 068486259x Participant Productions contributed half the budget of each film. The company's fourth production, a documentary, was announced in November 2004. Titled ''The World According to Sesame Street'', the documentary examined the impact of the children's television show ''Sesame Street'' on world culture, focusing on Kosovo, Bangladesh, South Africa, and El Salvador. Harris, Dana. "'Sesame' Impact Felt." ''Variety.'' November 22, 2004. McClintock, Pamela. "Skoll Bankrolls 'Sesame'." ''Variety.'' January 8, 2006. At the same time, the company began to implement an environmentally friendly strategy: ''Syriana'' was the company's first carbon neutral (Carbon neutrality) production, and the company created carbon offsets for ''An Inconvenient Truth.'' Thompson, Anne. "Studios Go Green, Scene By Scene." ''Variety.'' April 30, 2007.


special actions

at CFB Gagetown which was receiving over 1,000 Kosovar (Kosovo) refugees. He did his first overseas work with the ICRC in 2000, when he served as a logistician in the former Soviet Union republic of Georgia (Georgia (country)). In 1988, he completed a six month training course in Zemun and served in Savski Venac in Belgrade as a trainee policeman. As a member of the police unit for special actions, he had courses for two more years. In 1990, Naser Orić was deployed


controversial articles

with the regular local elections in the rest of Serbia (Serbian local elections, 2008). The squadron has taken part in most operations the British armed forces have been involved with in recent years, including the Falklands War, the first Gulf War, operations in Kosovo and the war in Iraq (Operation Telic) in 2003. From my own experience, Chris 73 is a dedicated and sensitive admin who has tactfully edited on some highly controversial articles, such as Kosovo smoothing some of the nationalist and biased POV. GeneralPatton (User:GeneralPatton) 18:30, 3 Feb 2005 (UTC) Since Desert Shield Desert Storm, USTRANSCOM has continued to prove its worth during contingencies—such as Desert Thunder (Operation Desert Thunder) (enforcement of UN resolutions in Iraq) and Allied Force (NATO operations against Serbia)--and peacekeeping endeavors—for example, Restore Hope (Operation Restore Hope) (Somalia), Support Hope (Rwanda), Uphold Democracy (Operation Uphold Democracy) (Haiti), Joint Endeavor (Operation Joint Endeavor) (Bosnia-Herzegovina), and Joint Guardian (Operation Joint Guardian) (Kosovo). Likewise, the command has supported numerous humanitarian relief operations transporting relief supplies to victims of natural disasters at home and abroad. After terrorist attacks (11 September 2001 attacks) on 11 September 2001 that killed nearly 3,000 people and wounded thousands more, USTRANSCOM became a vital partner in the United States' Global War On Terrorism (War on Terrorism) supporting the warfighter in Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) and Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003 invasion of Iraq) (Iraq). From October 2001 to the present, USTRANSCOM, its components, and its national partners have transported over 2.2 million passengers and nearly


live special

-profile benefit concert appearances was on VH1's 1998 ''Divas Live (VH1 Divas)'' special, during which she performed alongside other female singers in support of the Save the Music Foundation. The concert was a ratings success, and Carey participated in the Divas 2000 (VH1 Divas#Divas 2000) special. In 2007, the Save the Music Foundation honored Carey at their tenth gala event for her support towards the foundation since its inception. ref name


century rivalry

Štrpce * # Shtime Štimlje (Shtime) # Suharekë Suva Reka (Suharekë) # Viti Vitina (Vitina) # Vushtrri Vučitrn (Vushtrri) # Zubin Potok Zubin Potok (Zubin Potok)* # Zveçan Zvečan (Zvečan)* Society Relations between Albanian and Serb communities The relations between Kosovo's ethnic Albanian and Serb populations have been hostile since the rise of nationalism in the Balkans during the 19th century, rivalry which became strong after


work portrait

: www.rothtalent.com speakers slist Riggle Rob Riggle Riggle joined the Marines in 1990 after getting his pilot's license, intending to become a Naval Aviator (United States Naval Aviator), but left flight school in order to pursue his comedy career.

Kosovo

'''Kosovo''' (

Kosovo is landlocked in the central Balkan Peninsula. Its capital and largest city is Pristina. It is bordered by the Republic of Macedonia and Albania to the south, Montenegro to the west, and the uncontested territory of Serbia to the north and east. In antiquity, the Dardanian Kingdom (Dardani#Dardanian Kingdom), and later the Roman province of Dardania (Dardani#Roman Dardania) was located in the region. It was part of Serbia in the Middle Ages, and many consider the Battle of Kosovo of 1389 to be one of the defining moments in Serbian medieval history (Medieval Serbia). After being part of the Ottoman Empire from the 15th to the early 20th century, in the late 19th century Kosovo became the centre of the Albanian independence movement with the League of Prizren. As a result of the defeat in the First Balkan War (1912–13), Ottoman Empire ceded (Treaty of London (1913)) Vilayet of Kosovo to the Balkan League; Kingdom of Serbia took its larger part, while Kingdom of Montenegro annexed the western part (Metohija) before both countries became a part of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia after World War I. After a period of Yugoslav unitarianism (Yugoslavism) in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the post-World War II Yugoslav (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) constitution established the Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija within the Yugoslav constituent republic of Serbia (Socialist Republic of Serbia).

Long-term severe ethnic tensions between Kosovo's Albanian (Albanians) and Serb populations left Kosovo ethnically divided, resulting in inter-ethnic violence, including the Kosovo War of 1998–99. Schabnel, Albrecht; Thakur (ed), Ramesh (ed). ''Kosovo and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention: Selective Indignation, Collective Action, and International Citizenship'', New York: The United Nations University, 2001. Pp. 20. The war ended with a military intervention of NATO (NATO bombing of Yugoslavia), which forced the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to withdraw its troops from Kosovo, which became a UN protectorate (United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo) under UNSCR 1244. On 17 February 2008 Kosovo's Parliament declared independence (2008 Kosovo declaration of independence). It has since gained diplomatic recognition as a sovereign state by . Serbia refuses to recognise Kosovo as a state, although with the Brussels Agreement of 2013 (Brussels Agreement (2013)) it has accepted the legitimacy of Kosovo institutions and its special status within Serbia. The agreement solidified that public institutions in Kosovo are exclusively operated by Kosovo's elected government, and not Serbia's.

Kosovo is not a member of the United Nations due to its lack of diplomatic recognition from several countries. It is, however, a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), World Bank, International Road and Transport Union (IRU), Regional Cooperation Council, Council of Europe Development Bank, Venice Commission and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. Within the European Union (European Union member states), 23 of 28 members have recognised the Republic; Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Slovakia, and Spain have not. EU 5 "less likely than ever" to recognize Kosovo “B92 – News”, Retrieved 31 March 2014

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