Peace Briefing by David Binder, Dr. Steven Meyer and Obrad Kesic
This is the final of three papers (read the first and second papers) USIP will publish on Bosnia-Herzegovina, each with a different analytical perspective on what is happening in Bosnia and what needs to be done there to prevent a return to violence.
(Calls for peace negotiations, humanitarian access)
By Jason Weiss, Washington File Staff Writer
The U.S. Senate has approved an amendment to the Department of Defense Appropriations Bill calling on Russia to cease military operations in Chechnya, enter into peace negotiations, and allow international monitoring and humanitarian missions into Chechnya. It also calls on the U.S.
(U.S. supports inter-Congolese dialogue)
By Samuel R. Berger
(The following, written by President Clinton's National Security Advisor Samuel R. Berger, first appeared as an Op-Ed in the June 10, 2000 edition of The Washington Post. This is in the public domain; there are no copyright restrictions.)
Rebuilding Kosovo By Samuel R. Berger
One year ago today, Serb military forces began their withdrawal from Kosovo.
By Jim Fisher-Thompson