The Pros And Cons Of The Kosovo War

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Lately, globalization has created tendency including governance. Thereby, many states have authorized international institution to intervene and mediate conflicts between global sides so as to preserve human rights and protect innocent people. However, we occasionally notice that it is not always the case as it was pretended to be. For instance, it is possible and true that such organizations can fail to protect human life, even on purpose. United Nation Security Council is entitled to maintain human rights in the global scale and thus it must intervene into conflicts which comprise threat to innocent civil people. Nevertheless, the circumstance of the Kosovo war allows us to think about and even question the legitimacy of this institution.…show more content…
Therefore, this country has faced with many difficulties in its history, especially with internal complications. However, despite that fact that the government have tried to overcome those problems, for instance, civil people are against the government, the country have faced with unethical intervention of North Atlantic Treaty Organization. In interesting to note that this was more than the act of intervening since it has leaded to death of thousands of people which gives us justification to name this action as illegal due to crisis and killing of many. In contrast, taking all of these into account, there is another important organization that had ultimate legitimacy and was legal to take action for the issue. This was United Nation Security Council that had a legal right to make intervention to those problems in Kosovo, but this organization did not approach neither to make intervention nor prevented massive crime that was committed by NATO. As a result, the region undergone unpredictable losses in the number of population, natural resources, and particularly homes since most of people leaved their motherland due to…show more content…
Death of majority of population indicates direct impact of the war in Kosovo that witnessed. The diseases that have occurred in people was one of these indirect effects. As Josef Martinsen stresses out that people still suffer from neurologically and physiological diseases which possibly those who have witnessed the violent in the war (2010, 22). In the article of Josef Martinsen, various interviews from people who witnessed the war are demonstrated, and while reading these interviews, people become sad and shocked. For instance, it is shown that some children were murdered in front of the mothers’ eyes which resulted with mental diseases on them (Martinsen 2010, 43). Despite the fact that all these happened and were clearly demonstrated to readers, some of people argue that United Nation Security Council actually made right choice by allowing the war to happen. In contrast, these people go along with the idea that the adverse effects remained from the war which affected Kosovo for long time and could not be fixed quickly and
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