Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales, Vol 2, No 1 (2009)

Contribution to a Geohistory of Conflicting Landscapes through Case Study: Kosovo

Jean-François Brun


Geopolitics cannot be separated from the territory, various actions being undertaken for its possession or control. However, through the very specific case of Kosovo, it is possible to go further in reasoning and analyzing a landscape that is not only as exterior appearance, ordinarily visible, but
it is also an agent of the crisis process of a low-intensity conflict. Therefore, it is important to determine more precisely the elements that constitute the foremost conflicting brands, to approach the logic and, if possible, to understand the interaction.


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