Despite Doubts, Clinton Readies Bosnia Policy
Boot, Max, The Christian Science Monitor
PRESIDENT Clinton is preparing to unveil his new, tougher Bosnia policy, perhaps as early as today. Although polls indicate a majority of Americans are opposed to the use of United States military force to end the ethnic violence in the former Yugoslavia, White House communications director George Stephanopoulos says, "I think there is a general consensus for strengthened action" among Washington policymakers.
But there is no agreement either in Congress or in the Pentagon over what form that action should take.
Among the principal options Mr. Clinton is considering: air strikes against selected Bosnian Serb artillery sites and exempting Bosnian Muslims from a …
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