Publisher: Basic Books (March 10, 2000)
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This first-person, on-the-road trip experience takes us via some of the most risky and hate-filled areas on earth—the former republics of Yugoslavia—and right into a land nonetheless reeling from months of brutal strive against. advised in a fast moving, rollicking kind that’s humorous, unhappy, considerate, and every now and then frightening, the line to Kosovo indicates us conflict and the fight for peace throughout the eyes of a tender journalist.Two new concluding chapters, written after the author’s 1999 stopover at to Kosovo, supply an extraordinary, on-the-ground review of the effect of the NATO peacekeeping venture and the peace contract with Milosevic. The poignant scenes of loss of life, confusion, and hopelessness that Campbell observes—not from media tents yet from the houses of locals, of their bars, and at the facet of the road—hearken ominously again to the 1st days of the peace undertaking in Bosnia. A bright, uneasy photograph emerges of a zone immune to lasting peace.