This book makes the case for the independence of Kosova the former province of old-Yugoslavia and now temporarily a United Nations-led International protectorate at a time in which international diplomacy is deeply involved in solving the contested issue of its 'Final Status'. Negotiations began in January 2006 under the auspices of a United Nations Special Envoy, and have been given renewed impetus by the international communitys determination to arrive at a solution. The Case for Kosova aims to contribute to these negotiations, by providing informed arguments for a different approach to the issue of Kosovas status beyond the limitations of current debates. Its aim is to counteract the anti-Albanian propaganda waged by some parties, but never to propose a counter-propaganda hostile to others or to the goals of a democratic Kosova. Debates on Kosova have largely concentrated on a specific aspect of the issue: either on ideology and myth construction (ignoring translations into practice); on geo-politics (missing the deep implications for stability and security); or on policy (lacking a conceptual understanding of both ideologies and processes). Until now, no book has linked these different fields in a persuasive manner. The Case for Kosova fills this gap with an intellectually challenging and politically relevant commentary from key players in the debate.