Intervention, Mortars, Death The beginning of the third year of war in the former Yugoslavia was marked with scenarios for a military intervention which were presented in the Western press in a form of “secret plans.” American Generals Powel and Shalikashvili considered and launched into the public the so-called flexible approach: annihilation of air-fields used […]

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