Does anybody remember Vietnam?

Walsh, Kenneth T.; Zimmermann, Tim
April 1994
U.S. News & World Report;4/25/94, Vol. 116 Issue 16, p30
Discusses the decision of the Clinton administration and United States officials to use Western air power to force the Bosnian Serbs to abandon their attack on Gorazde. How strategy of gradual escalation in Bosnia ignores the lessons of Vietnam and Lebanon; President Bill Clinton's infatuation with airstrikes; Serbs' aggressive response to bombing which caught the Clintonites by surprise.


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