U.S. and Yugoslavia

GUESTS: PAUL WOOD *BBC Balkans reporter RETIRED MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM NASH *Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations *Former United Nations Regional Administrator for Northern Kosovo PETER BEAUMONT *Foreign Editor, London Observer A new conflict is taking shape in the Balkans, but this time NATO and the U.S. may be on Yugoslavia's side. NATO says it will allow Yugoslav troops into a demilitarized zone near the Macedonians border to deal with attacks by ethnic Albanian gunmen. But some fear the Yugoslav army's presence will trigger the same kind of fighting that once engulfed Kosovo. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at the U.S. and Yugoslavia



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