The successful implementation of the military components of the Dauton accord helped to neutralize criticisms of U.S. President Bill Clinton’s foreign policu. But Bosnia’s uncertain political future, recurring questions about clandestine Iranian arms shipments, and a possible extension of the IFOR mission could cast a shadow over Clinton’s re-election campaign by JANUSZ BUGAJSKI WHEN PRESIDENT […]

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