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At the meeting's outset, Carter caused a controversy when he said he agreed with Karadzic that the Bosnian Serbs -- like the Haitian dictators before them -- were misunderstood by the American people. "I can't dispute your statement that (the American people) have primarily heard one side of the story," Carter told him -- thus becoming the first-ever international negotiator to express sympathy. Back in Washington, White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers immediately disavowed Carter's comment. "The Bosnian Serbs are the aggressors in this war," Myers said.Post your opinion on theInternationalbulletin board.