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Failure to Protect:
Anti-Minority Violence in Kosovo, March 2004

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INTRODUCTION

BACKGROUND: KOSOVO’S UNRESOLVED STATUS AND THE ROLE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN KOSOVO

THE SPARKS THAT CAUSED A FIRE

FAILURE TO PROTECT: UNMIK AND KFOR’S INABILITY TO PROTECT SERBS AND OTHER MINORITIES 

THE VIOLENCE: ETHNIC ALBANIAN ATTACKS ON SERBS AND ROMA

THE RESPONSE OF THE KOSOVAR LEADERSHIP TO THE VIOLENCE

THE SITUATION FOR SERBS, ROMA, AND OTHER NON-ALBANIAN MINORITIES IN KOSOVO AFTER THE VIOLENCE

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

July 2004   Vol. 16, No. 6(D)