Berger On Bosnia

NPR's Tom Gjelten reports that the Clinton Administration today launched a campaign to build public support for what could be an extended U.S. military presence in Bosnia after next June, when US troops are scheduled to leave. President Clinton's national security adviser, Samuel Berger, declared in a speech today that a lasting peace in Bosnia will require that the international community stay engaged there "for a good while to come."

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