Kosova, Weston
August 1995
New Republic;8/7/95, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p10
Highlights the determination of U.S. Senator Bob Dole to lift U.S. arms embargo on Bosnia now that the Republican Party won the Congress and he assumes the majority leadership as of August 1996. Opposition of U.S. President Bill Clinton to the lifting of embargo; Failure of Dole to gather enough votes in the Senate to lift the embargo; Democratic Party senators who are supporting Dole; Lack of support to President Clinton's stand; Plight of Bosnians who are under military attacks from Serbs.


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