Kosovo war

Rogue states: the rule of force in world affairs

NATO bombing of former Yugoslavia

Book from 2000 by Noam Chomsky where he argues that, contrary to popular perception, the real 'rogue' states in the world today are not the dictator-led developing countries we hear about in the news, but the United States and its allies.

If you want peace, prepare for class war - TPTG

Amidst the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, TPTG analyse and explain the roots of the conflict and give an account of the original "Balkanisation" of the Balkans.

On the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia - Noam Chomsky

Belgrade burns, 1999

An interview with Noam Chomsky in which he exposes the hypocrisy behind the "humanitarian" bombing of Yugoslavia and outlines its real causes.

The class nature of sanctions - Wildcat

Hyperinflation: a 500 billion dinar note

Wildcat UK show how international sanctions imposed on former-Yugoslavian countries during the Yugoslav wars acted as attacks on the living conditions of the working class.

We won't go to Kosovo - No War But The Class War

A text produced by a participant in the NWBTCW group in London 1999 about the movement of desertion and protest in and around the Yugoslav Army towards the end of the NATO bombardment.

The story of this group (in its various incarnations) - No War But The Class War

Following the re-formation of the No War But The Class War group shortly after September 11, 2001, members of the group look at its history and limitations.

Chomsky ignores lessons of wars on Kosovo

Massacre at Racak, January 1999

Marxist Humanism's review of Chomsky's book on the war in Kosovo, in which they criticise him for failing to make enough of Milosevic's crimes.

Conkers or bonkers? Humanitarian war in Kosovo

Anti-aircraft fire over Belgrade

Explanations in terms of both imperialist gains and a descent into irrationality grasp only part of the reason why Europe and the USA recently went to war in Kosovo. This article argues that the timing of events is explicable in terms of both the end of the Cold War and the recent world financial crisis.