NATO is in real charge in Kosovo. If UN ended its involvement over there what would it change? Please explain!
Dude, are you sure you're not a democrat?
(I am a paleo/social-conservative Independent). NATO involvement in former Yugoslavia is a bipartisan issue. It was started by Clinton administration (with Republican support) and is being continued now.
If the UN ended its involvement - or never got involved - especially in the beginning. There'd be more chaos for NATO - making their job more difficult. It would also have enabled Serbs to fend for themselves - as the UN police confiscates Serbs weapons.
Also it wouldn't have fed the Albanian criminals - including their brothels. The UN money goes into supporting Kosovo and helped build up the terror-mafia state.
They've parked themselves there for 7 years. They are definitely responsible to a large degree, even if others are even more guilty.
"NATO is in real charge in Kosovo. If UN ended its involvement over there what would it change? Please explain!"
Who would replace the UN, hmm?
The UN f**ed up in Africa, was that NATO's fault too?