The Senate did not vote on whether other nations should...

On the other hand

July 28, 1995|By DAN BERGER

The Senate did not vote on whether other nations should comply with other U.N. sanctions. That's not the Senate's problem, or so it thinks.

If there remains a reasonable doubt that Bosnian Serb leaders are guilty of crimes against humanity, they are doing their damnedest at Zepa to remove it.

Whoever christened the Korean war the Forgotten War forgot that it is not over.

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