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Episode 22. The Geopolitics of Kosovo

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Rundown:

Kosovo has spent the last 2 decades fighting for its own independence, but with ever-increasing obstacles standing in their way will this mountainous nation ever achieve its lifelong dream? This week we take a look into the Western Balkans, Serbia's geopolitical aspirations, as well as Moscow's re-entry into an area it once viewed as its own backyard; and what it means for the future of the Kosovan people.

Guests:

Marija Ristic

  • Balkan Insight

Bodo Weber

  • Democratization Policy Council

Vessela Tcherneva

  • European Council on Foreign Relations

The Red Line's Kosovo Reading List:

We’ve put together some further reading for those of you looking for more resources to help you get across the geopolitics of Kosovo.


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For episode transcripts, monthly geopolitics Q&A’s, member-only videos and to support the show, check out our Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/theredlinepodcastKosovo has spent the last 2 decades fighting for its own independence, but with ever-increasing obstacles standing in their way will this mountainous nation ever achieve its lifelong dream? This week we take a look into the Western Balkans, Serbia's geopolitical aspirations, as well as Moscow's re-entry into an area it once viewed as its own backyard; and what it means for the future of the Kosovan people.