Exactly two decades ago, the Atlantic alliance began its first combat operation. It's had many since—but will it keep going?
Those who look to NATO's 1999 attack on Serbia as an example of how to handle Syria err.
The international court for Yugoslavia acquits a pair of obvious criminals.
It's foolish for Washington to spurn an opening in Belgrade's position on the status of Kosovo.
Despite decades of Western intervention, the former Yugoslavia seems to stay the same.
Unresolved tensions in Serbia threaten the Balkans' fragile stability.
The new Serbian president's nationalist politics and checkered past worry Brussels and Washington. Why they should take a pragmatic approach.
The misguided bellicosity of senators Graham, Lieberman and McCain.
It will be bad enough if the EU’s clumsy policies lead to a new Balkan crisis. It will be inexcusable if Obama allows U.S. troops to be killed in the process.
Washington is not offering foreign aid to Balkan refugees. It is offering reparations for helping displace them in the first place.
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