It is criminal vandalism by nato and has set a bad precedent. Legality has nothing to do with it. We are facing a situation where the right of power has become stronger than the power of right. Words can't express the criminality of the unprovoked aggression against a sovereign independent country whose only ambition is to be on its own.
Is there a larger nato design in targeting Serbia?
The only reason can be to enlarge nato's presence in Europe. The question is not that of the autonomy of Kosovo and the human rights of the Albanian minority. Quite simply, it is a question of geo-strategic interests in Europe in the post-Cold War era. It's a tragic paradox that a nation which helped reduce antagonism between the main Cold War protagonists is now facing aggression.
What are the implications for the world?
This precedent can be dangerous for the world, because the existing international order under the UN's auspices is far from the desired ideal. nato justifies the action in the name of the international...