Foreign ministers of Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia have agreed to meet next week for peace talks in Geneva. Earlier, Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke said in Belgrade that all sides in the Balkan conflict had agreed to a divide Bosnia in half, with 51 percent going to the Muslim government and 49 percent to the Serbs. "What they haven't agreed to is who gets the 51 and who gets the 49," reports national security correspondent Douglas Waller. "There are three or four contentious areas that could cause problems in negotations." One of these, Waller says, is the isolated eastern enclave of Gorazde. "Publicly, the U.S. says the Muslims will be able to keep Gorazde. Privately, however, they doubt that will happen."