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Rambouillet Peace Talks
An exploration of the Rambouillet peace talks in Yugoslavia and their outcome.
# 136196 | 2,500 words | 0 sources | 2007 | US


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The paper relates that the conflict that rendered the former Yugoslavia, small to being with, into even smaller independent countries and autonomous regions, was a conflict that typically received little attention until the news of mass killings and executions began to become more apparent. The paper discusses how the NATO air strikes against the former Yugoslavia that began in 1999 did not occur in a vacuum without any precedent, but rather followed after more than ten years of regional conflict and aggression led by Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic.

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"The conflict that rendered the former Yugoslavia, small to being with, into even smaller independent countries and autonomous regions, was a conflict that typically received little attention until the news of mass killings and executions began to become more apparent. Thus, the NATO air strikes against the former Yugoslavia that began in 1999 did not occur in a vacuum without any precedent but rather followed after more than ten years of regional conflict and aggression led by Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic. Until the year 1991 Yugoslavia was a single nation..."

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