The end of the war in Yugoslavia and the de facto separation of Kosovo from Serbia did not end the standoff in the Balkans. In Serbia, there are three Albanian enclaves - Medvedzha, Presevo and Buyanovac.
Any time two prestige think tanks in Washington issue a report calling for US “action” in any region of the world, hold onto your hat – you can be sure that trouble is a-brewing.
People, living in the Slavic countries of the Balkan Peninsula, actively protested against the Western New World order which was imposed on them all last year. However, without finding a different pole of power, the Yugoslav front failed, and the peninsula finally got into the grip of NATO.
This article tried to unveil some historical backgrounds of Balkan’s history and to make comparison or distinctions to Levant.