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Jul 13, 2022 10 tweets 9 min read Read on X
Our special issue on #NATO & the #KosovoWar has been published in #COMPSEES @LeibnizIOS! Going back to a conference @LeibnizGWZO in 2019, we are happy that after a lot of work&the challenges of a pandemic, it's finally out. Thanks to @KatarinaMil, @sabinerutar & the authors! 1/10
In the editorial, @fbieber writes about the long shadow of the #KosovoWar and what it has to do with #Russia, #Ukraine and the contemporary practice of state recognition. 2/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
In our introduction, @KatarinaMil and I outline the ambivalent legacies of the #KosovoWar in a comparative perspective. By looking at the mediatization of #NATO's 1999 intervention, we criticially reasess the concept of humanitarian intervention. 3/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
In his article, @ludwigzhou @GSOSES examines the reporting by China’s most important newspaper, People’s Daily, on the 1999 #NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, showing how the narrative of shared victimhood was constructed. 4/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
Ruža Fotiadis @HumboldtUni investigates the phenomenon of Greek–Serbian friendship against the background of the 1999 NATO intervention, focussing particularly on the strong anti-Western sentiments that mobilised the Greek public at the end of the 90s.5/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
By analyzing parliamentary debates, media coverage, and church statements, Robin Hering & Bernhard Stahl @UniPassau show that #Kosovo was an outlier within an otherwise clear continuity of German political silencing in the face of mass atrocities. 6/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
In his contribution, @dis_wer shows how the threat or promise of external intervention has been deeply inscribed in the process of state-building in the Yugoslav region through political actors using a language of securitization. 7/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
My article looks at #March24 as the central day of commemorating the #NATO bombing in #Serbia.By distinguishing 3 different phases of memory politics,I show that the focus lies almost exclusively on Serbian sacrifices while silencing the war in Kosovo.8/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
@kathl_z deals with the question of sexualized violence in the context of the #Kosovo conflict. By focussing on practices of silencing and “un-silencing”, she shows how the public discourse changend between 1999 and 2019. 9/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…
Jelena Jovanović's article shows from a comparative perspective how the Battle of Košare/Koshare was remembered in #Serbia and #Kosovo. By analyzing media articles, she demonstrates how the same event fulfilled a different national memory narrative. 10/10 degruyter.com/document/doi/1…

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