The Road to the Dayton Accords: A Study of American Statecraft

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Springer, Jun 8, 2007 - Political Science - 251 pages
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The intricate diplomacy that led to the peace agreement in Bosnia, known as the Dayton Accords, is here revealed in unprecedented detail. Based on thousands of still-classified government documents and dozens of interviews with key participants, this is a comprehensive story of high-level diplomacy, told from the inside.
 

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Contents

America and the Bosnia Nightmare
1
MayJuly 1995
11
The Endgame Strategy
31
The First Shuttle Mt Igman and Operation Deliberate Force
47
The Patriarch Letter and NATO Bombing
63
NATOs Campaign Ends the Western Offensive Continues
80
The New York Agreement and a Ceasefire
99
A Deal with Russia A Decision on IFOR
115
Dayton November 110
133
Dayton November 1121
156
America and Dayton
183
Notes
203
Sources
235
Index
239
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DEREK CHOLLET most recently served as Foreign Policy Adviser to U.S. Senator John Edwards. During the Clinton Administration, he served as an adviser to UN Ambassador Richard Holbrooke and Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott.

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