NATO's Airstrikes

NPR's Mike Shuster reports on the debate over the effectiveness of the NATO air campaign against Yugoslavia. Some military experts argue that the NATO strategy is a failure because Yugoslav forces are keeping NATO aircraft from flying low-level missions. These same experts contend that the Belgrade government has been able to carry out its objectives on the ground in Kosovo.

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