Diplomacy After the Bombs Have Fallen

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Michael Polt shares his perspective on the honored tradition of the State Department dissent channel, and discusses his experience in the former Yugoslavia when he arrived as Ambassador to Serbia in 2003, just after the bombings in Kosovo.  What actually was Yugoslavia, anyway?  How did its dictator Tito’s death give rise to Milosevic’s era of bloodletting in Serbia? And how did the United States lead diplomatically to restore stability in the region?

 

 


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