What changed U.S. policy on Bosnia was French policy, and...

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February 16, 1994|By DAN BERGER

What changed U.S. policy on Bosnia was French policy, and what changed that was French public opinion. When more Frenchmen got less comfortable with genocide, Bill thought better of bombing.

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