7 March 1998 In the long line of failures, misunderstandings and ineptitudes of western diplomacy in the Balkans, last week another characteristic case was added to that list. American Special Envoy Robert Gellbard visited Pristina and Belgrade, and what he told Milosevic, Rugova and others sounded pretty clear and logical, while what followed was the […]

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