14 June 1993 Mercantile recalculations and dramatic geo-strategic forecasts sprang up on Thursday after U.S. Secretary of State Warren Christopher's statement that the U.S. would send several hundred troops to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as part of a "UN observer mission", with the aim of preventing a possible "spilling over" of the war […]

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