posted on Nov, 11 2007 @ 08:20 PM
Good job on keeping the updates. Little attention is paid anymore to these European enclaves that are frozen in time. All of the focus is on Middle
East Wars, and no one remembers Belarus, Transdniester, Abkhazia, or Nagorno Karabakh anymore. I do not envy Moldova right now, because frankly no
one gives much sh*t about their problems, not even EU. Russia is just playing its cards, and Moldova is powerless regardless of what alliences they
You can bet that Kosovo will open the Pandora's Box everyone has been waiting for. A new nation for former minorities carved from the country to
which the land historically belongs by the international community. Genocide in Kosovo was the motive for this some say.... well genocides can be
created. First you renew a frozen conflict, then you start a war - and then you take a bunch of dead bodies, dress them as civilians and bury them in
the field - and you got yourself proof of genocide.
Kosovo will set a precedent for anyone and everyone who wants to be independent. Who the hell needs an independent Kosovo anyway - besides Albanians?
What will UN/NATO stand to gain from it. I say leave it as is. Conflicts like Transdniester better stay frozen, because Moldova stands no chance of
winning a war, and it looks like no one will help it.
[edit on 11-11-2007 by maloy]