Kosovo's Geography and Conflict
Kosovo region is located in the middle of hostile and friendly countries. Kosovo borders Serbia in the north and northeast, Montenegro in the northwest, Albania in the west and Macedonian in the south. It covers a total of 10,887 squared kilometers and its population is around two million, 90 percent of which are ethnic Albanian.
The hostility in Kosovo is mainly due to the surroundings of their regions and the many ethnic backgrounds.
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assault on ethnic Albanians by Serbia could ignite a major regional war, since several surrounding nations are heavily populated with ethnic Albanians sympathetic to Kosovo's struggle. Therefore, tensions and conflicts in the Balkans are all part of the underling area in which contains many regions with many ethnic backgrounds.
In conclusion, geography is a major factor in the Kosovo conflict. Many of these regions can play a vital role for the outcome of the future.