Kosovo’s Post-Election Scramble Sends Mixed Signals to Europe

Ramush Haradinaj greets supporters in Pristina, Kosovo, June 12, 2017 (AP photo by Visar Kryeziu).
Ramush Haradinaj greets supporters in Pristina, Kosovo, June 12, 2017 (AP photo by Visar Kryeziu).
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Belgrade, SERBIA—Nearly a decade after its disputed declaration of independence and on the heels of a snap election last month, Kosovo is sending mixed signals to the world. Where some see a radical leftist surge that will force Kosovo’s neighbors and the international community to take notice, others see a further fraying of the West’s influence. And while some see progress toward the creation of a more functional state, for others the result of the June 18 election fundamentally confirms the status quo, for better or worse. The left-wing Levizja Vetevendosje, or Movement for Self-Determination, emerged as the largest single […]

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