Event Title

Multilateral Diplomacy- Kosovo case!

Session

Political Science

Description

Today the world is globalized as never before. This has been enabled by the overall technological developments and the easier way to communicate. Also interaction between individuals and states is something common, without which we cannot imagine the functioning of a state today. States cannot function isolated. The need to be part of different regional and international organizations is a necessity. Participation in various international initiatives has created greater security, prosperity and greater cooperation. Kosovo since the declaration of independence in 2008 has been recognized by more than 100 states. Because of Serbia's opposition with Russia's support to the UN Security Council and the veto warning in case of the application to become part of the UN, it is still not part of the UN. Thus, Kosovo is being obliged to follow the difficult bilateral recognition path that is facing problems. This article will discuss the external sovereignty of Kosovo with particular emphasis on the importance of membership in the UN and other international organizations. It will also be discussed about Kosovo's path towards the EU, challenges and EU approach to Kosovo. This paper will analyze Kosovo's multilateral diplomacy and its efforts to become a full member of international organizations. Kosovo's membership in international organizations is important for Kosovo's political stability and economic development.

Keywords:

Multilateral Diplomacy, Kosovo, International Organizations, Membership, Stability

Session Chair

Ridvan Peshkopia

Session Co-Chair

Velizar Shalamanov & Sabri Kiçmari

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 10:45 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 12:15 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.401

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Multilateral Diplomacy- Kosovo case!

Pristina, Kosovo

Today the world is globalized as never before. This has been enabled by the overall technological developments and the easier way to communicate. Also interaction between individuals and states is something common, without which we cannot imagine the functioning of a state today. States cannot function isolated. The need to be part of different regional and international organizations is a necessity. Participation in various international initiatives has created greater security, prosperity and greater cooperation. Kosovo since the declaration of independence in 2008 has been recognized by more than 100 states. Because of Serbia's opposition with Russia's support to the UN Security Council and the veto warning in case of the application to become part of the UN, it is still not part of the UN. Thus, Kosovo is being obliged to follow the difficult bilateral recognition path that is facing problems. This article will discuss the external sovereignty of Kosovo with particular emphasis on the importance of membership in the UN and other international organizations. It will also be discussed about Kosovo's path towards the EU, challenges and EU approach to Kosovo. This paper will analyze Kosovo's multilateral diplomacy and its efforts to become a full member of international organizations. Kosovo's membership in international organizations is important for Kosovo's political stability and economic development.