In a conversation with Time Daily's Peter Meyer correspondent Alexandra Stiglmayer reports from Sarajevo that the people of the besieged city are still not ready to hope for permanent peace. Even though they look forward to the arrival of NATO troops, says Stiglmayer, they worry about what will happen after the soldiers leave. "The enmity between the Serbs and Muslims is deep," she says. The Serb demonstrations demanding autonomy in the city are a constant reminder of that fact. One piece of news which cheered the Bosnian Muslims of the city was the announcement by Senator Bob Dole that he was supporting the deployment of American troops. "They have always liked Dole, since he has advocated lifting of the arms embargo against them." Stiglmayer, who has spent many weeks in the bloody city over the last four years, says that despite a sniper attack Friday morning on a city bus: "It feels almost normal." Now, says Stiglmayer, Sarajevans pray for the Americans to arrive soon.