Upping The Pressure On Serbian Aggression

A revolting massacre stirs the international community at last

Finally, impelled by scenes of civilian slaughter in Sarajevo, the U.S. and its European allies went to work last week to impose economic sanctions on Serbia. The Serbs, who fill the ranks of both regular and irregular forces, are now seen as the main aggressors in the war in the ruins of Yugoslavia.

Though the Serbs make up only a third of the population of Bosnia- Herzegovina , they are, says U.S. Ambassador to Yugoslavia Warren Zimmermann, "trying to take over two-thirds of the country." In their campaign to carve out a Greater Serbia and expel Croats and Slavic Muslims, the...

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