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A delicate balancing act for the EU’s man in Kosovo.

Shortly after Samuel Žbogar took up his posting as Slovenia’s deputy permanent representative to the United Nations in 1997, Kosovo became the focus of diplomatic attention in New York. A shady rebel group calling itself the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) had begun attacking Serbian security forces in the province, whose Albanian majority had never reconciled itself to Serbian rule. 

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