The Morning Line: Oct. 11, 1993

At the U.N. last week, President Clinton set stiff conditions for sending U.S. peacekeeping troops to Bosnia, after promising up to 25,000 of them. What are the chances that 25,000 U.S. troops really will ever join a U.N. peacekeeping effort in Bosnia?

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SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN (Rep.-Ariz.)

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"Without a real peace to be kept and a clear way out, it will make Beirut look like a Sunday picnic."

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DOYLE MCMANUS Los Angeles Times

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"If he sends troops, he risks marching into a quagmire that will undermine his ambitious domestic agenda. But if he shrinks...

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