Press Accounts: [US Media: The New York Times] [2 of 6]

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Press Accounts: [US Media: The New York Times] [2 of 6]
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Allies seem near accord to bolster Bosnia force.
Bosnian Serbs insist that NATO forgoes airstrikes.
Calling history to arms: Serbs invoke their past.
Balkan accord: for some Bosnians the return is just a dream.
US envoy in Bosnia criticizes both warring sides.
Bosnian Serbs are playing the hostage card.
The Serbs free more UN captives.
The Bosnian Government claims it will not deal with the Chief UN envoy.
NATO's bombing and the Serb hostage-taking mark a turning point in the war.
NATO gives UN officials veto on air strikes in Bosnia.


HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files (HU OSA 377-0-1)
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Akashi, Yasushi, Albright, Madeline, Annan, Kofi, Bahto, Hamid, Bildt, Carl, Boutros-Ghali, Boutros, Chirac, Jacques, Coward, Gary, Delić, Rasim, Dole, Bob, Doutriaux, Yves, Ganić, Ejup, Holbrooke, Richard, Janvier, Bernard, Karadžić, Radovan, Kerry, John, McCurry, Michael, Milošević, Slobodan, Mladić, Ratko, Šaćirbegović, Muhamed, Smith, Leighton, Smith, Rupert, Stoltenberg, ThorvaldBosnian Serb Army, Clinton administration, Hostages, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), NATO air strike, Peace negotiations, Refugees, Return of displaced persons, Shelling of Sarajevo, UN captives, UN Safe areas, UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees), United Nations, UNPROFOR (The United Nations Protection Force), UNSC (United Nations Security Council), Visoko area, Wartime negotiations
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HU OSA 377-0-1:5/5
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"Press Accounts: [US Media: The New York Times] [2 of 6]", 1995. HU OSA 377-0-1:5/5; HU OSA 377-0-1 Subject Files; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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