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The author of this title, Dr Kaplan Burovic, is a real connoisseur of the subject he analyzes, being the speaker of the Albanian language and the member of the Albanian Academy of Sciences. Serb by nationality, he developed an interest in the Albanian language, culture and history as a young man. He experienced the blows and jabs of communism both in Tito's Yugoslavia and The author of this title, Dr Kaplan Burovic, is a real connoisseur of the subject he analyzes, being the speaker of the Albanian language and the member of the Albanian Academy of Sciences. Serb by nationality, he developed an interest in the Albanian language, culture and history as a young man. He experienced the blows and jabs of communism both in Tito's Yugoslavia and Enver Hoxha's Albania and emigrated as a dissident of epic dimensions to Switzerland, where he now lives. This book truly deserves attention of both the experts in the fields of linguistics, history or geopolitics alike, as well as of the broader reading public. Founding his assertions on the tenets of the leading albanologists of the world and his half-a-century long research, Burovic has produced a text that had/has a potential of altering the destiny of the Balkans or taking its countries to a more peaceful path of coexistence. Dr Burovic maintains and easily proves that the secession of Kosovo and Metohija from the motherland of Serbia was fueled by a fake history and wrong ideology grafted on it. He proves, using the undeniable historical sources and written statements of the Western historians and linguists, that the Albanians are newcomers to the South of the Balkan Peninsula in XI c.A.D.! The architects of the Greater Albania launched a practical realization of their goals when NATO occupied Kosovo and Metohija in 1993 , feeding their belligerent activities on the false relatedness to the Illyrians and even Pelasgians, who had inhabited these regions in antiquity. Was the American administration at the time of Clinton aware of these facts? Could the course of the Balkan and European history have been different and less traumatic for all participants of the conflict? The readers of this book are provided with first-rate data that will supply the answer to this question. Another, very important issue, follows from the previous passages: Have the tensions, brawls and conflicts come to an end? With rhe ideology and goals of the Albanians in sight, the answer is negative. Could further spilling of blood and adversities be stopped and/or avoided by political, diplomatic and other means? Part of the answer lies within the covers of this book. However, there is one condition for it: a good will and honest desire for understanding the entire Kosovo issue on the part of the main protagonists of the bellicose approach to the problem.


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The author of this title, Dr Kaplan Burovic, is a real connoisseur of the subject he analyzes, being the speaker of the Albanian language and the member of the Albanian Academy of Sciences. Serb by nationality, he developed an interest in the Albanian language, culture and history as a young man. He experienced the blows and jabs of communism both in Tito's Yugoslavia and The author of this title, Dr Kaplan Burovic, is a real connoisseur of the subject he analyzes, being the speaker of the Albanian language and the member of the Albanian Academy of Sciences. Serb by nationality, he developed an interest in the Albanian language, culture and history as a young man. He experienced the blows and jabs of communism both in Tito's Yugoslavia and Enver Hoxha's Albania and emigrated as a dissident of epic dimensions to Switzerland, where he now lives. This book truly deserves attention of both the experts in the fields of linguistics, history or geopolitics alike, as well as of the broader reading public. Founding his assertions on the tenets of the leading albanologists of the world and his half-a-century long research, Burovic has produced a text that had/has a potential of altering the destiny of the Balkans or taking its countries to a more peaceful path of coexistence. Dr Burovic maintains and easily proves that the secession of Kosovo and Metohija from the motherland of Serbia was fueled by a fake history and wrong ideology grafted on it. He proves, using the undeniable historical sources and written statements of the Western historians and linguists, that the Albanians are newcomers to the South of the Balkan Peninsula in XI c.A.D.! The architects of the Greater Albania launched a practical realization of their goals when NATO occupied Kosovo and Metohija in 1993 , feeding their belligerent activities on the false relatedness to the Illyrians and even Pelasgians, who had inhabited these regions in antiquity. Was the American administration at the time of Clinton aware of these facts? Could the course of the Balkan and European history have been different and less traumatic for all participants of the conflict? The readers of this book are provided with first-rate data that will supply the answer to this question. Another, very important issue, follows from the previous passages: Have the tensions, brawls and conflicts come to an end? With rhe ideology and goals of the Albanians in sight, the answer is negative. Could further spilling of blood and adversities be stopped and/or avoided by political, diplomatic and other means? Part of the answer lies within the covers of this book. However, there is one condition for it: a good will and honest desire for understanding the entire Kosovo issue on the part of the main protagonists of the bellicose approach to the problem.

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