World diplomacy can do something in the Yugoslav crisis only by a series of relay activities. At all the turning points, and in spite of negotiations at the Geneva Peace Conference, world powers have taken turns in undertaking special diplomatic activities aimed at lifting sanctions and in searching for new, pragmatic approaches to the crisis. […]

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