The War in Bosnia
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This paper examines the tensions that existed between Croats, Muslims and Serbs in Bosnia and examines the conditions that led to the recent war there. The paper also discusses the response to the conflict of the United Nations, the European Union and the United States and the reasons for the ethnic cleansing that took place during the conflict. Finally, the paper considers whether it was wise for the west to intervene in Bosnia and concludes emphatically that it was the right decision.
From the Paper:"Nikolaos A. Stavrou, professor of International Affairs at Howard University and apologist for the Croatian factor of Yugoslavia writes that the Bosnian mess is getting worse by the day. According to Professor Stavou, a misinformation cabal and a masterful censorship of truth that would have made many dictators envious keep the American people in the dark. Instead of enlightenment, a new science of victimology has been developed to hide facts and force upon us a policy based on emotions. He writes that everywhere he traveled and at every conference he attended in the past four years, one question always popped up: Where is the other side to the Bosnia story? The professor has no answer, but feels a civic duty to attempt an answer."
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