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Wednesday, 5 April, 2000, 11:07 GMT 12:07 UK
Kosovo anniversary: Nato answers your questions

One year after the end of the end of the conflict in Kosovo you put your questions live to former K-For commander General Sir Michael Jackson and Nato spokesman Jamie Shea.

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A year ago, Nato began a 78-day war against Yugoslavia that succeeded in ejecting Serbian forces from Kosovo and allowed the return of thousands of Kosovar refugees.

One year on, however, the province remains destroyed and ethnic tensions between Serbs and Albanians are as high as ever. Critics say the UN administration there is under-resourced and unable to cope.

So, did Nato go to war at great expense only to lose the peace for lack of resources? What has the international community learned from the war in Kosovo?

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Kosovo: One year on
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Key stories:
Nato's incomplete victory
The view from Kosovo
Serbs fear new war
Nato strikes: The untold story
An Uneasy Peace
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Is the West losing the peace?
Is Nato guilty of war crimes?


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