Informed Sources: Jan. 17, 1994

What Paris Really Wants in Bosnia

Paris -- To hear some officials talk, Paris wants Washington to take broad military action in Bosnia. Defense Minister Francois Leotard led the charge last week, calling on "the U.S. to intervene." The actual French position, worked out at a meeting chaired by President Francois Mitterrand, is limited: it calls for the U.S. and its allies to back a proposal authorizing the local U.N. commander to order NATO air strikes against units firing on U.N. troops.

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