Macedonian Peacekeeping

NPR's Tom Gjelten reports on the prospects for a lasting peace in Macedonia. NATO is pushing the government to sign a peace agreement with Albanian rebels. But the Bush administration has been slow to commit troops to the peacekeeping mission the Macedonian government wants involved in disarmament plans.

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