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Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations or information in captions. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud, 162, 163 ABiH. See Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ABiH) Acquisition Support Institute (ASI; USA), 154, 155 Afghanistan, 140, 192 Afghanistan War (2001– ), 100, 345 Agreed Basic Principles, 47–54, 73 Ahmeti, Ali, 262, 267, 272, 273, 278 Ahtisaari, Martti, 227, 228, 326, 328, 337, 341. See also ChernomyrdinAhtisaari agreement Air Force Museum (Dayton, OH), 112–13 Akashi, Yasushi, 47, 61 Akhromeyev, Sergei F., 97 Albania, 201, 225, 233, 268 Albanian-American Civic League, 204 Albanian culture, 195, 311 Albanian diaspora, 204, 237 Albanian language, 288, 290–91, 294, 295–96, 301–2, 304, 305, 311 Albanians, 201–2 Albright, Madeleine: Kosovo Albanians and, 237; Kosovo policy of, 205, 222, 224, 237; Kosovo War negotiations, 227– 28; Milosevic and, 206, 224, 242, 245; public image of, 224; at Rambouillet peace conference, 219, 220; as secretary of state, 205, 221; as US ambassador to UN, 18, 205 Alexander (king of Yugoslavia), 211 Alexander the Great, 4, 259 American Condor (cargo ship), 180– 81, 182, 183 Amsterdam (Netherlands), 180 Andov, Stojan, 314–15 Andrews Air Force Base (Washington, DC), 29, 33, 55, 103 Ankara (Turkey), 51, 157 Ankara Donors Conference (Ankara, Turkey; 1996), 158–61, 160, 162 Annan, Kofi, 208 anti-Communism, 265 Aracinovo (Macedonia), 274–75, 282 Arbour, Louise, 214, 215, 216 Aristide, Jean-Bertrand, 14 Arkan. See Raznatovic, Zelco Arkan’s Tigers (Serbian paramilitary group), 91–93, 92, 94–95, 111, 200–201, 247 Arlington National Cemetery, 26 Armed Forces of the Republic of Yugoslavia (VJ), 200, 218–19; Kosovo War ethnic cleansing campaign of, 225–26, 226; Kosovo War negotiations, 228–29; NATO bombing campaign against, 223, 224–25, 225; withdrawal from Kosovo, 227, 228, 230, 233, 234 Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina (ABiH): controversy over arming of, 144–45; DOD assessment of needs of, 145–46; elite unit in, 174; HQs of, 170; integration of, 189; Iranian military assistance to, 169–70; strength/size of, 145; US training/equipping of, 114, 124, 131, 149, 152, 343 (see also Train and Equip [T&E] Program [USA]); wartime military assistance to, 145 Ashdown, Jeremy J. D. “Paddy,” 191 Aspin, Les, 18, 22, 98 al-Assad, Bashar, 327 Athens (Greece), 50, 51 Index 378 Index Auschwitz concentration camp, 37 Austro-Hungarian Empire, 4, 143 Badinter, Robert, 279, 287–88 Baker, James, 14 Balkans: George W. Bush administration and, 257; ethnic diversity in, 5; European view of, 15; history of, 3–5; Holbrooke and, 139–40; local leadership vision lacking in, 7–8; NATO/EU membership and, 132; personalities involved in, 349–59; use of term, xiv; Vietnam War and US policy toward, 99 —US leadership in (1995–2008): activist diplomacy in, 337–38; agreement closings and, 340– 41; author’s role in, 336; Balkan Muslims and, 329–30; changes caused by, 330–32; consequences of failed leadership avoided, 324–25; corruption and, 343–45; democratization and, 332–34; Europe and, 325; implementation and, 342–43; importance of, 335, 345–46; international organizations and, 327–29; leverage and, 340; military force and, 341–42; NATO and, 336–37; personalities involved in, 349–59; Russia/Western relations and, 325– 27; special envoys and, 338–40; UN and, 337 Balkan Task Force, 23, 28, 148 Bandar (Saudi prince), 158, 161 Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), 165 Bangladesh, 155 Banja Luka (Bosnia), 27, 55, 56, 66, 67 Barthelemy, Arnaud, 282 Bascarsilja (Sarajevo, Bosnia), 143 BBC News, 195 Belgrade (Serbia): Bosnian War negotiations in (August 30, 1995), 32, 37–45; Bosnian War negotiations in (September 1–5, 1995), 47–51; Bosnian War negotiations in (September 13– 14, 1995), 56–61; Bosnian War negotiations in (September 16, 1995), 64–65; Bosnian War negotiations in (September 23– 24, 1995), 72–74; described, 38; Kosovo War negotiations, 211– 12; NATO airstrikes against, 224, 225; as Serbian capital, 10; Serbian paramilitary figures in, 93; US embassy in, 209, 223; US negotiating team trip to, 128; as Yugoslavian capital, 10 Belgrade University, 94 Beli dvor (White Palace; Belgrade, Serbia), 211–12, 215–17 Berger, Samuel R. “Sandy,” 22, 148, 204–5, 227–28, 231 Berlin Airlift (1948–1949), 76 Berlin Wall, 6, 13 Bildt, Carl, 32, 49, 109, 133 “Blackhawk down” debacle, 99 Black Swans (elite ABiH unit), 174 Blair, Tony, 258, 270 Blaire House (Washington, DC), 171 Blot, Jacques, 109 Boice, William M., 173 Bonn (Germany), 49–50 “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” (song), 113 borders, political, 10–11 Boris III (czar of Bulgaria), 3, 4 Boskovski, Ljube...

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9780813174365
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9780813174358
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OCLC
1005921887
Pages
370
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2018-01-03
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English
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