In an abrupt about-face, President Clinton offered to send 15,000 American soldiers to help in the withdrawal of the 24,000 U.N.peacekeepers in Bosnia. It appears to be another sign that the major international players are giving up on the embattled former Yugoslavia. Just yesterday, France called for the United Nations and NATO to draw up an exit plan. However,TIME's Central Europe bureau chief James Graffsays this new stance of the West to pull away from this bloody conflict is simply posturing. Unable to get the Serbs to accept their peace plan, the West is now "putting pressure on the Bosnian government to accept new terms for peace," says Graff. "We're not going to see a withdrawal any time soon."Post your opinion on theInternationalbulletin board.