NPR's Ted Clark reports on the consequences the escalating conflict in Kosovo may have on neighboring countries, especially Albania and Macedonia. Many Kosovar Albanians may flee to those two countries. And rebel Kosovar Albanian fighters seeking refuge would further destabilize Albania. At least, Macedonia has NATO troops stationed on its territory, which would help protect Macedonia from possible attack by Serb forces. Bulgaria also is concerned but is considered less likely to be drawn into the conflict.