You've got to love those 'peacekeeping' forces.
This was a war we should have let Europe handle alone. It had no defensive reason to be fought by us.
This was no war.. it was an agression on a Country trying to save its people, the SERBS from FOREIGN invaders... Albanian crime families!!
But Europe was supporting appeasement of "genocidal" Serbs by such cowardly Munich like peace compromises. See:
[...] This Lisbon Agreement predated, crucially, the commencement of hostilities by a little more than a fortnight. On March 18, 1992, the three leaders agreed on a constitutional and administrative framework that would allow Bosnia a peaceful entry into the world. Concessions were made on all sides. While not a perfect solution, the agreement, which called for an independent Bosnia divided into three constituent, autonomous and geographically separate parts, was preferable to civil war.
Enter Warren Zimmerman. On March, 28 1992, Zimmerman met with Izetbegovic in Sarajevo. What was said and by whom remains unclear. Zimmerman denies that he told Izetbegovic that if he withdrew his signature, the United States would grant recognition to Bosnia as an independent state. What is indisputable is that Izetbegovic, that same day, withdrew his signature and renounced the agreement. Tucker and Hendrickson judge that "American diplomats acted in an extremely irresponsible manner if, as reported, they advised Izetbegovic to reject the Lisbon formula. If war was to be averted, an agreement respecting cantonization was the last step at which it might have been."
Europeans would leave Kosovo in Serbian hands!
Disagree. There were three perfectly good reasons for President Clinton to order U.S. military action in Kosovo:
1. Juanita Broaddrick
2. The Cox Report