|Diary of an Uncivil War: The Violent Aftermath of the Kosovo Conflict|
Also available in Serbian
The June 1999 entry of NATO troops was hailed as the "Liberation of Kosovo" by the western media- most of whom promptly packed up and headed home from the Balkans. This declaration of victory was naive and premature given the Alliance's objectives of desposing Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic and creating a safe, multi-ethnic environment in Kosovo. Rather than ending the civil strife, NATO's intervention set in motion a series of events that would have violent repercussions throughout Serbia, Kosovo and Macedonia. This book- consisting primarily of the author's first-hand observations and interviews with the people and players involved in this crisis - is a very personal account of war and its aftermath in Serbia and Macedonia.