NEGOTIATION ON AND ON

SLEEPLESS IN DAYTON, THE BARGAINERS PROGRESS, BUT CROATIA SENDS TROOPS ROLLING INTO A DISPUTED REGION

MAYBE IT SAYS SOMETHING ABOUT the hard slog to peace in the Balkans that the first important agreement to come out of the negotiations at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio was between the two parties who are already supposed to be allies. Last Friday Secretary of State Warren Christopher presided over the signing of a pact to strengthen the Bosnian-Croat Federation that will govern slightly more than half of Bosnia and Herzegovina when an overall peace is achieved. The Bosnian Muslims and Croats spent most of 1993 and the early part of 1994 killing each other, but in March 1994,...

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