27 June 1994 Warren Zimmerman, the last prewar U.S. ambassador to Yugoslavia, has remained in the spotlight even after his departure from Belgrade. The resignation of this respectable professional diplomat to the position at the State Department and his criticism of the U.S. administration and its policy in Bosnia have sparked outrage in Washington. Controversy […]

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