Byron Scott: Our discussion today is about a crisis that some experts say began 20 years ago this month with a speech in the Field of Blackbirds, where in 1389 a Serbian army lost to an Ottoman army but where 20 years ago a man named Slobodan Milosevic declared the unity, the independence and the pride of Yugoslavia. We’re talking about the last chapter of that, what threatens to become a stalemate in the Balkans, efforts to stabilize the region of Kosovo and perhaps give it independence. Let’s begin with a status report. Where do efforts currently stand to resolve the situation in Kosovo, a region of about 2 million people?
Lack of clear solution for Kosovo
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