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Comparative Southeast European Studies 70, no. 2, 2022

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Comparative Southeast European Studies 70, no. 2, 2022
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NATO and the Kosovo War. The 1999 Military Intervention from a Comparative Perspective

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Editor-in-Chief: Sabine Rutar, Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg Co-Editors: Ger Duijzings, University of Regensburg, Wim van Meurs, Radboud University, Nijmegen
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Comparative Southeast European Studies
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Regensburg
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Sabine Rutar, Leibniz-Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung, Landshuter Straße 4, 93047 Regensburg, E-Mail: rutar@ios-regensburg.de
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Comparative Southeast European Studies 70, no. 2, 2022 features a thematic section on "NATO and the Kosovo War. The 1999 Military Intervention from a Comparative Perspective".
Guest Editors are Elisa Satjukow and Katarina Ristić (both Leipzig).
In the Open Section, Klaus Buchenau et al. write about how the "Regensburg Corruption Cluster" is a showcase of interdisciplinary knowledge in the making.
The issue contains four book reviews.
Florian Bieber's Editorial acknowledges the issue's intensified timeliness in the light of the Russian war against Ukraine.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Editorial
The Long Shadow of the 1999 Kosovo War
Florian Bieber
181-188

NATO and the Kosovo War. The 1999 Military Intervention from a Comparative Perspective.
Guest Editors: Katarina Ristić and Elisa Satjukow

The 1999 NATO Intervention from a Comparative Perspective: An Introduction
Katarina Ristić and Elisa Satjukow
189-201

Shared Victimhood: The Reporting by the Chinese Newspaper the People’s Daily on the 1999 NATO Bombing of Yugoslavia
Yuguang Zhou
202-223

United against “The Horsemen of the Apocalypse” and “The Chessmen of the Devil”. The Greek–Serbian Friendship during the 1999 NATO Intervention in Yugoslavia
Ruža Fotiadis
224-245

From Kosovo Rush to Mass Atrocities’ Hush. German Debates since Unification
Robin Hering and Bernhard Stahl
246-266

Securitising the Present through the Prism of the Past: State-Building and the Legacy of Interventions in Kosovo and Serbia
Werner Distler
267-288

The Making of 24 March. Commemorations of the 1999 NATO Bombing in Serbia, 1999–2019
Elisa Satjukow
289-309

The End of Silencing? Dealing with Sexualized Violence in the Context of the Kosovo Conflict (1998/99–2019)
Kathleen Zeidler
310-336

A Battle for Remembrance? Narrating the Battle of Košare/Koshare in Belgrade- and Pristina-Based Media
Jelena Jovanović
337-357

Open Section:
The Making of.... Interdisciplinary Knowledge

Vitamin Sea against Corruption: Informality and Corruption through the Interdisciplinary Lens.
The Regensburg Corruption Cluster. A Workshop on the Island of Cres, Croatia, 23–30 September 2021
Klaus Buchenau, Barbara Frey, Jovana Jović, Miloš Lecić, Damjan Matković, Vasile Mihai Olaru
358-378

Book Reviews

Afrim Krasniqi: Kriza e ambasadave. Shqipëria në vitin 1990
Idrit Idrizi
379-381

Nicolas Moll: Solidarity is More than a Slogan. International Workers Aid During and After the 1992–1995 War in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kathrin Jurkat
382-384

Alma Jeftić: Social Aspects of Memory: Stories of Victims and Perpetrators from Bosnia-Herzegovina
Amina Duraković
385-387

Gorana Ognjenovic and Jasna Jozelic: Nationalism and the Politicization of History in the Former Yugoslavia
Stefano Petrungaro
388-391

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