LONDON — The ratio of foreign soldiers to local citizens in Kosovo (16,500 NATO troops to 2 million civilians) is slightly higher than the ratio of American soldiers to Iraqi citizens.
The soldiers in Kosovo are not fighting a war, but their presence has certainly been needed to keep one from breaking out again — and there are plenty of people in Kosovo who threaten that if they don’t get full independence soon, there will be another war anyway.
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