U.S. / Macedonia



GUESTS:

Ambassador James Pardew
*Special Advisor for Southeast Europe, Office of the Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs

Gareth Evans
*President, International Crisis Group
*Former, Foreign Minister of Australia

John Hulsman
*Senior European Analyst, Heritage Foundation *Author, A Paradigm for the New World Order (1997)

NATO is sending troops to Macedonia to help the country avoid a civil war. Despite some reluctance from the Bush administration, the NATO force will include U.S. troops. In this hour of Talk of the Nation, Juan Williams talks with foreign policy analysts about U.S. troops in the Balkans, from NPR News.

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