Accession Number : AD1042412


Title :   Inclusive Security: NATO Adapts and Adopts


Descriptive Note : Journal Article


Corporate Author : National Defense University Fort Lesley J. McNair United States


Personal Author(s) : Hunt,Swanee ; Lute,Douglas


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/1042412.pdf


Report Date : 01 Mar 2016


Pagination or Media Count : 13


Abstract : We met for the first time in Pristina. Both of us had labored to mitigate conflict in the Balkans, and we had great hopes when the Dayton Agreement was signed in 1995, ending the civil war in Bosnia. But only four years later, the limits of the agreement became clear. General Wesley Clark, a principal figure in the negotiations that ended the violence in Bosnia, led NATO in a bombing campaign against the regime of Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic (later charged with war crimes), whose army was behind escalating violence against civilians in Kosovo. We had already seen how Milosevics tactics played out in Bosnia.


Descriptors :   human rights , deployment , agreements , warfare , military organizations , military personnel , governments , human resources , nato , political alliances , women , security , lessons learned , army personnel , ethnic groups , training


Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
      Military Forces and Organizations


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE