Needless to say, they lost that hand, they'll lose this hand.
NATO's resources were stretched to exhaustion by Libya. The EU is close to bankruptcy. The US is losing interest in foreign wars. Perhaps the Serbs figure that they can convince NATO to leave?
posted on 11/29/2011 6:11:57 AM PST
(During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.)
Serbia's not going to be using a military option on anybody anytime soon, and if you're worried about NATO or the EU's condition, you might want to check up on how Belgrade's set for prospective confrontations: landlocked by nations hostile to any resurgent Serbian militarism, and without a military capable of turning any dreams of conquest into reality.
Everybody's best hope is to reunite under EU auspices as a part of NATO. If the Germans and the French (or the Germans and the Poles, for that matter) can get along, then the Serbs and their neighbors should be able to as well.
posted on 11/29/2011 5:56:43 PM PST
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