Director of East European Project with the Centre for Strategic and
International Studies in Washington, Janusz Bugajski says that in an ideal world, Kosovo would by now be independent but reality has proved to be very difficult and challenging and the Kosovars should learn how to use international organs and negotiations to their benefit. Negotiation process could offer three advantages for K-Government, ‘credibility, resource and experience’, Bugajski writes.
He says that the appearance of Self-Determination movement should not be ignored as it shows that the youth in Kosovo is deeply concerned over their future and tries to find its place in the political scene. ‘Greatest resource of Kosovo future is its youth, especially the youth with political and leadership commitment…they should be convinced that their government knows what it is doing and that it will realise the objectives that all Kosovars share,’ writes Bugajski in a column for Koha.