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DESPITE DIPLOMATIC PROGRESS, THE SERBS REMAIN DEFIANT, AND THE ALLIES DEBATE EXPANDING THE AIR ATTACKS

The idea was to bring the warring parties in Bosnia closer together, and with some overt stage management, the U.S. accomplished it--literally. When the foreign ministers of Bosnia, Croatia and Serb-led Yugoslavia arrived at the American mission in Geneva last Friday, they were ushered into a modest conference room and seated at a small round table that was purposely chosen by the Americans for the intimacy it would create. Things were so cramped that the ministers and their hosts sat almost knee to knee. After seven hours, they emerged with a one-page agreement on basic principles that U.S. Assistant Secretary of...

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