Bosnia: a true test for the world
I would like to extend my sincere thanks to the editors of the Monitor for being consistently on the side of the victims in the Bosnian war, and of common sense. In editorial after editorial, the editors of the Monitor have drawn attention to the unbelievable suffering of the Bosnians, to the injustice inherent in the Vance-Owen plan, to the untenability of the Clinton administration's plan to force Serbs to start negotiations by diplomatic means, and to the unacceptable arms embargo on Bosnians that str ip them of their right to self-defense.
This conflict is the true test of where we all stand and what kind of a world we strive for. Serdar Degirmencioglu, Detroit
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