NPR's Anne Garrels reports from Kosovo that ethnic Albanians are uneasy over the ascent to power of president-elect Vojislav Kostunica in Yugoslavia. As long as their arch enemy, Slobodan Milosevic, ruled, Kosovar Albanians could rely on the whole-hearted support of the international community. With a more democratic Yugoslav government, the Kosovars will be pressured to seek accommodation with Belgrade. As for the Kosovo Serb community, it is sharply divided between Kostunica and Milosevic supporters.
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