August 1995
New Republic;8/7/95, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p7
Criticizes the government of U.S. President Bill Clinton for its indifference towards the plight of Bosnians who are under attack by Serbian forces. Reason of President Clinton for not stopping Serbian attacks or arming Bosnians to defend themselves; Contention that the inaction of President Clinton in tantamount to being an accomplice to the genocide committed by Serbs against Bosnians.


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