KOSOVO: WAR AND REVENGE


Tim Judah


Synopsis:

Tim Judah forecast the Kosovo war in his writings before 1999, reported the Rambouillet peace negotiations, and covered the war from the refugee camps in Macedonia, Albania and Montenegro. Immediately after the Serb withdrawal he went into Kosovo with the NATO forces, interviewing and reporting from both Pristina and Belgrade, which he has continued to visit subsequently. Using his contacts on all sides of the conflict Judah has written the hidden story of the Balkan conflagration, looking at the historical background, the immediate run-up to the war, the controversy of the NATO bombing, the background to the cease-fire and the NATO peace-keeping operation. This book not only provides the information TV and newspaper coverage didn't reveal, but gives an intimate account of the conflict as it appeared to those who fought it.


"A Collective Madness," NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW by Aleksa Djilas, June 22, 1997, Late Edition - Final


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  2. Apr 27, 2000 Brian Urquhart: In the Name of Humanity
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  4. Feb 10, 2000 Timothy Garton Ash: Anarchy & Madness

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  15. Aug 12, 1999 Tim Judah: Kosovo: Peace Now?

  16. Aug 12, 1999 Ed Timperlake: CHINESE CHECKERS

  17. Aug 12, 1999 Richard Ullman: The US and the World: An Interview with George Kennan

  18. Jul 15, 1999 Mark Danner: Kosovo: The Meaning of Victory

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  23. Jun 24, 1999 Timothy Garton Ash: Kosovo and Beyond

  24. Jun 10, 1999 Václav Havel: Kosovo and the End of the Nation-State

  25. Jun 10, 1999 Tim Judah: Inside the KLA

  26. Jun 10, 1999 Warren Zimmermann: Milosevic's Final Solution

  27. May 20, 1999 Stanley Hoffmann: What Is to Be Done?

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  29. May 20, 1999 Tony Judt: The Reason Why

  30. May 6, 1999 Mark Danner: Endgame in Kosovo

  31. May 6, 1999 William Pfaff: Land War in Kosovo?

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  33. Apr 22, 1999 Timothy Garton Ash: Hail Ruthenia!

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  36. Dec 17, 1998 James Chace: New World Disorder
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  37. Nov 5, 1998 Ash Timothy Garton: Goodbye to Bonn

  38. Oct 22, 1998 Mark Danner: 'Operation Storm'
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  39. Oct 8, 1998 Tim Judah: Impasse in Kosovo

  40. Sep 24, 1998 Lars-Erik Nelson: A Gory Future?

  41. Jul 17, 1998 Noel Malcolm: KOSOVO'S HISTORY

  42. Jul 16, 1998 Tim Judah: How Milosevic Hangs On

  43. Jul 16, 1998 Brian Urquhart: Looking for the Sheriff
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  44. May 28, 1998 Warren Zimmermann: Bad Blood
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  45. May 14, 1998 Tim Judah: Will There Be a War in Kosovo?
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  46. Feb 19, 1998 Ian Buruma: The Afterlife of Anne Frank
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  47. Feb 5, 1998 Mark Danner: Bosnia: The Turning Point
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    Triumph of the Lack of Will: International Diplomacy and the Yugoslav War by James Gow
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  48. Dec 18, 1997 Mark Danner: Clinton, the UN, and the Bosnian Disaster
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  49. Dec 4, 1997 Mark Danner: America and the Bosnia Genocide
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    The Tenth Circle of Hell: A Memoir of Life in the Death Camps of Bosnia by Rezak Hukanovic and with a Foreword by Elie Wiesel
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    Rape Warfare: The Hidden Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia by Beverly Allen
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    The Reluctant Superpower: United States Policy in Bosnia, 1991-1995 by Wayne Bert
    The World and Yugoslavia's Wars edited by Richard H. Ullmann
    Triumph of the Lack of Will: International Diplomacy and the Yugoslav War by James Gow
    The Serbs: History, Myth, and the Destruction of Yugoslavia by Tim Judah
    Balkan Tragedy: Chaos and Dissolution After the Cold War by Susan L. Woodward
    American Diplomacy and the End of the Cold War: An Insider's Account of U.S. Policy in Europe, 1989-1992 by Robert L. Hutchings

  51. Nov 6, 1997 Laura Silber; Veran Matic: Radio Free Yugoslavia

  52. Sep 25, 1997 Aryeh Neier: Impasse in Kosovo

  53. Aug 14, 1997 Misha Glenny: Heart of Darkness

  54. May 15, 1997 R.J.W. Evans: Doing the Continental
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  55. Apr 24, 1997 Timothy Garton Ash: In the Serbian Soup

  56. Dec 19, 1996 Warren Zimmermann: Last Chance for Bosnia?
    Unfinished Peace: Report of the International Commission on the Balkans

  57. Sep 19, 1996 Misha Glenny: Why the Balkans Are So Violent
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  58. Apr 18, 1996 Edward Hirsch: Subversive Activities
    View with a Grain of Sand: Selected Poems by Wislawa Szymborska, translated by Stanislaw Baranczak, and translated by Clare Cavanagh

  59. Feb 29, 1996 Michael Ignatieff: The Missed Chance in Bosnia
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  61. Nov 2, 1995 Michael Ignatieff: The Politics of Self-Destruction
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  62. Oct 5, 1995 Robert Block: The Madness of General Mladic

  63. Sep 21, 1995 Warren Zimmermann: The Choice in the Balkans

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  65. Feb 2, 1995 Warren Zimmermann: The Captive Mind
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  68. May 12, 1994 Brian Urquhart: Who Can Police the World?
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  69. Apr 7, 1994 Misha Glenny: Hope for Bosnia?

  70. Feb 3, 1994 Aryeh Neier: KOSOVO SURVIVES!

  71. Dec 16, 1993 Eric Hobsbawm: The New Threat to History

  72. Nov 4, 1993 Misha Glenny: Bosnia: The Tragic Prospect

  73. Sep 23, 1993 Alan Ryan: Reasons of the Heart
    The Moral Sense by James Q. Wilson

  74. May 27, 1993 Misha Glenny: What Is To Be Done?

  75. May 13, 1993 Michael Ignatieff: The Balkan Tragedy
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    The Destruction of Yugoslavia: Tracking the Break-up, 1980-92 by Branka Magas
    The Balkan Express: Fragments from the Other Side of War by Slavenka Drakulic

  76. Mar 25, 1993 Jeri Laber: Bosnia: Questions About Rape

  77. Mar 4, 1993 Richard Caplan; Daniel Cohn-Bendit; Manuela Dobos; Ariel Dorfman; Jonathan Fine; Michael Foot; Elinor Fuchs; Todd Gitlin; Thomas Harrison; Adrian Hastings; Dr. Lynne Jones; Joanne Landy; Michael Lerner; Robert J. Lifton; Steven Lukes; Tomaz Mastnak; Erika Munk; Nigel Osborne; Eva Quistorp; Jennifer Scarlott; Peter Weiss; Kenton Worcester: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE UNITED NATIONS, PRESIDENT CLINTON, AND THE CONGRESS

  78. Jan 28, 1993 Misha Glenny: Bosnia: The Last Chance?

  79. Jan 14, 1993 Jeri Laber: Slouching Toward Democracy

  80. Sep 24, 1992 William Pfaff: The Shame of Bosnia

  81. Aug 13, 1992 Misha Glenny: Yugoslavia: The Revenger's Tragedy

  82. Apr 11, 1991 Neal Ascherson; Anthony Barnett; Ken Coates; Timothy Garton Ash; Dr. Lynne Jones; Mary Kaldor; Professor John Keane; Professor Steven Lukes; Hilary Wainwright; Virginia Baron; Richard Deats; Andrea Imredy; Joanne Landy; Julian Jacobson; Phyllis Jacobson; Roy Morrison; Dr. Irmtraut Karlsson; Professor Bohdan Krawchenko; Myrna Kostash; Ruth Sormova; Toni Liversage; Jean Chesneaux; Solange Fernex; Gilles Perrault; Birgit Voigt; Radha Kumar: THE PLIGHT OF KOSOVO

  83. Oct 11, 1990 Quintin Hoare: 'The New Yugoslavia': An Exchange

  84. Aug 16, 1990 Nora Beloff: YUGOSLAV TROUBLES

  85. Jul 19, 1990 Michael Scammell: The New Yugoslavia
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    Yugoslavia: Prisoners of Conscience

  86. Jun 28, 1990 Michael Scammell: Yugoslavia: the Awakening

  87. Sep 28, 1989 Istvan Deak: The Incomprehensible Holocaust
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    The Kraków Ghetto and the Plaszów Camp Remembered by Malvina Graf and foreword and notes by George M. Kren
    Some Dare to Dream: Frieda Frome's Escape From Lithuania by Frieda Frome and foreword by Robert Abzug
    Double Identity: A Memoir by Zofia S. Kubar
    Life With a Star by Jirí Weil, translated by Ruzena Kovarikova, Roslyn Schloss, and preface by Philip Roth
    From That Place and Time: A Memoir, 1938-1947 by Lucy S. Dawidowicz
    The Jews and the Poles in World War II by Stefan Korbonski
    And I Am Afraid of My Dreams by Wanda Póltawska and translated by Mary Craig
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    Eva's Story: A Survivor's Tale by the Step-Sister of Anne Frank by Eva Schloss and with Evelyn Julia Kent
    Unbroken: Resistance and Survival in the Concentration Camps by Len Crome
    Lódz Ghetto: Inside a Community Under Siege compiled and edited by Alan Adelson, Robert Lapides, and with annotations and bibliographical notes by Marek Web
    Soldiers of Evil: The Commandants of the Nazi Concentration Camps by Tom Segev and translated by Haim Watzman
    The Holocaust in History by Michael R. Marrus
    Unanswered Questions: Nazi Germany and the Genocide of the Jews edited by Francois Furet
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  88. Nov 7, 1985 Istvan Deak: A Conglomerate Country
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  89. Mar 14, 1985 Charles Biblowit; Adrian DeWind; Russell Karp; Aryeh Neier: Crackdown in Yugoslavia

  90. Jul 14, 1977 William Shawcross: The Precarious Country
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    British Policy in South-East Europe in the Second World War by Elisabeth Barker
    Wartime by Milovan Djilas
    LX: Memoirs of a Jugoslav by Vane Ivanovic
    The Legitimation of a Revolution, The Yugoslav Case by Bogdan Denis Denitch
    The Yugoslav Experiment 1948-1974 by Dennison Rusinow
    R.W. Seton-Watson and the Yugoslavs, Correspondence 1906-1941
    Nations in Arms: The Theory and Practice of Territorial Defense by Adam Roberts

  91. Oct 20, 1966 A.J.P. Taylor: The Great Assassination
    The Road to Sarajevo by Vladimir Dedijer

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