Hodge, Carole
August 1995
New Republic;8/7/95, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p18
Reveals that former Great Britain Foreign Office secretary Douglas Hurd is the architect of the European and U.S. policy toward Bosnia and the former republics of Yugoslavia. Background of Hurd; Success of Hurd in surviving several scandals involving his office; Arguments of Hurd in justifying the policy toward Bosnia; Misjudgments committed by Hurd in assessing the situation in Bosnia; Key reason that forced him to resign.


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