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Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia.

An MP from the Serbian Progressive Party, Serbia's largest party, wrote on Twitter earlier today that Serbia will be forced to begin the denazification of the Balkans but he follows up that denazification can be done through education, he is ranting a lot about denazification though. Of course, he is just one MP though and every country has their odd crazy bastard MP so he's probably Serbia's.

Will try to keep an eye on it but it's probably just sabre-rattling. There is a NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo and I doubt Serbia would do much to distract from Ukraine. I don't think NATO would have much issue backing Kosovo against a non-nuclear country either, not the slight reluctance they have in helping Ukraine too much in fear of provoking Russia cause they have nukes.

Last edited by Ryuu96 - on 31 July 2022

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Ryuu96 said:

Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia.

An MP from the Serbian Progressive Party, Serbia's largest party, wrote on Twitter earlier today that Serbia will be forced to begin the denazification of the Balkans but he follows up that denazification can be done through education, he is ranting a lot about denazification though. Of course, he is just one MP though and every country has their odd crazy bastard MP so he's probably Serbia's.

Will try to keep an eye on it but it's probably just sabre-rattling. There is a NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo and I doubt Serbia would do much to distract from Ukraine. I don't think NATO would have much issue backing Kosovo against a non-nuclear country either, not the slight reluctance they have in helping Ukraine too much in fear of provoking Russia cause they have nukes.

That could be more dangerous than it appears at first glance though as it could be a spillover conflict that ends up widening the scope of the War in Ukraine. The Nato force in Kosovo is small and would likely be bolstered if an attack was expected, but it would drag Nato into active conflict, particularly if Russia send some of it own forces to support Serbia. Also, would an attack in a Nato peacekeeping force trigger Article 5?

This is the sort of thing that would escalate into a World War.



SecondWar said:
Ryuu96 said:

Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia.

An MP from the Serbian Progressive Party, Serbia's largest party, wrote on Twitter earlier today that Serbia will be forced to begin the denazification of the Balkans but he follows up that denazification can be done through education, he is ranting a lot about denazification though. Of course, he is just one MP though and every country has their odd crazy bastard MP so he's probably Serbia's.

Will try to keep an eye on it but it's probably just sabre-rattling. There is a NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo and I doubt Serbia would do much to distract from Ukraine. I don't think NATO would have much issue backing Kosovo against a non-nuclear country either, not the slight reluctance they have in helping Ukraine too much in fear of provoking Russia cause they have nukes.

That could be more dangerous than it appears at first glance though as it could be a spillover conflict that ends up widening the scope of the War in Ukraine. The Nato force in Kosovo is small and would likely be bolstered if an attack was expected, but it would drag Nato into active conflict, particularly if Russia send some of it own forces to support Serbia. Also, would an attack in a Nato peacekeeping force trigger Article 5?

This is the sort of thing that would escalate into a World War.

Looks like things are blowing over for now.





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Ryuu96 said:

Seems believable. Especially the video-evidence, I mean, speaks for itself.



Ryuu96 said:

Sounds like the Russians have hired Padib to run their PR campaign.



S.Peelman said:
Ryuu96 said:

Seems believable. Especially the video-evidence, I mean, speaks for itself.

Can't tell which is worse, the HIMARS in the second floor of a building or this...

JFC...HIMARS really has them shook.



I feel like an idiot for ever supporting this man.

Not a big fan of Starmer but I'm glad that Corbyn lost his whip now.

Least Starmer wouldn't roll over and let Russia slaughter hundreds of thousands in the name of "peace"