Next Kosovo hurdle: NATO

Landay, Jonathan S.
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/12/99, Vol. 91 Issue 54, p6
Discusses the Kosovo peace talks and the possible deployment of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) troops for a peacekeeping alliance in Serbia. Western diplomats' belief that getting approval of operational rules of a NATO mission could be more difficult than securing a political agreement; Concerns of international mediators that ethnic Albanian rebels of the Kosovo Liberation Army could use NATO troops for their own advantage; Russian and French reaction to the mission.


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