Taking action in Kosovo
Dealing with brutal and cunning tyrants has never been easy, but it should at least be clear now that Slobodan Milosovic is all three: brutal, cunning and tyrannical. He has allowed the country he dominates--the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia--to fall into economic and social ruin as a result of external sanctions and internal corruption. He has played the international community like a fiddle, using repeated lies and all-too-accurate calculations of its tolerance to advance his power. In Kosovo, as in Bosnia, he has employed planned savagery in his effort to create an ethnically pure Serbia.
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