Kosovo Divided: Ethnicity, Nationalism and the Struggle for a State

Marius Calu investigates how the management of plurality is a fundamental element of contemporary state-building seeking to build social cohesion, while for the new-born Kosovo it stands as vital symbol for its domestic sovereignty and legitimisation. 

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