Charles Crawford
Charles Crawford served as a British diplomat in Yugoslavia after Tito died and then as UK Ambassador to Sarajevo and Belgrade. He is now a speechwriter and negotiation consultant.

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The river Ibar, which divides the Albanian and Serbian areas of Mitrovice, a municipality in Kosovo. Photo by Contrasto/Eyevine

Demography and migration

Should nations stay within their historical boundaries, or change as their populations do? Kosovo is a cautionary tale

Charles Crawford

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