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Joel DyerReading The Road to Kosovo is like riding shotgun with Campbell as he connects the dots on his map of the former Yugoslavia. With passion and clarity, he paints a portrait of a decaying world where its hard to tell the good from the bad and where shadowy characters, real and imagined, move like ghosts amidst the ruins of ethnic clensing. Most importantly, Campbell shows the Dayton Peace Accord to be as impotent as a restraining order on a stalker, an insight that raises the only question that seems to matter in this land of blood and sorrow: When will the bombs begin to fall...again?
— Author of Harvest of Rage and The Perpetual Prisoner Machine)