Monday, September 24, 2007

Canada's CBC on Kosovo

A CBC journalist goes back to Kosovo to visit a doctor she had met during the war. The story makes for a very good quick background for those uninitiated on the country.   

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Owen said...

Interesting, but by sticking to talking to English-speakers (not unreasonably, I accept, since it means she can talk person-to-person with them) she provides a pretty class-biased picture.

WARchild said...


Style of the reportage is "then and now." That's why she stayed with the doctor and his associates. About the English speaking ability denoting class, it's true up to a point. In Pristina and the other big cities many of the young people speak English. Did you notice the difference in the doctor's English then and now though? Same class there.