NATO is doing the right thing in Yugoslavia, but it's not doing it the right way; bombing will not be enough to stop the bloodshed in the Balkans that has been endorsed by Belgrade for nearly a decade.The Kosovo province is part of Serbia, but its 2 million ethnic Albanians make up more than 90 percent of the region's inhabitants. Since 1974, the region enjoyed limited autonomy within greater Yugoslavia, but that status was revoked in 1989 when Slobodan Milosevic replaced it with a policy that deprived ethnic Albanians of their livelihood, education and political rights. Albanian-language s...
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