Michael Rossi

Michael Rossi currently serves as Instructor in the Department of Political Science at Rutgers University. His research centres around the role of historical memory and its association with political culture during transitions from authoritarian rule. He is also working on a manuscript that focuses on the role of state-sponsored memory in modern Serbia, a segment of which was recently published in Nationalities Papers titled ‘In Search of a Democratic Cultural ‘Alternative': Serbia’s European Heritage from Dositej Obradovic to OTPOR’. His most recent publication, ‘Ending the Impasse in Kosovo: Partition, Decentralization, or Consociationalism’, was published in the latest issue of Nationalities Papers.

  • The Prime Minister of Kosovo in Brussels. Demotix/Aurore Belot. All rights reserved.
    Published in: Can Europe Make It?
    Autonomy and power-sharing in Kosovo
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    Written by: Michael Rossi All articles by Michael Rossi

    Kosovo has one of the most decentralized unitary governments in the world, with highly conflicted understandings over the nature of power-sharing. The paradox of conflict resolution in deeply divided societies is that it almost always creates new problems while attempting to solve old ones.

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