By Prof. Raymond Tanter, John Psarouthakis
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Bonn left London, Paris, and Washington with the task of trying to put out the sparks that eventually ignited in Bosnia. WESTERN MILITARY INTERVENTION: PEACEKEEPING FORCES After the ill-timed recognition, the only credible threat the West could use to end violence in the former Yugoslavia was force. When military action came, however, it was not in the form of an interventionist force, which might have provided a credible threat to the 38 BALANCING IN THE BALKANS belligerents, but rather a peacekeeping force with scant capabilities.
Between May and December 1992, the parties convened the London conference, the most ambitious international meeting on Bosnia to date including 30 countries and organizations. The assembly called for restoration of territory taken by force and condemnation of Serb aggression. It also reaffirmed the international community’s commitment to a multiethnic Bosnia. Additionally, the conference tightened sanctions against Belgrade and stationed monitors along Serbia’s international frontiers. However, this approach proved to have little weight without the supporting threat of military action.
BONN BALANCES WASHINGTON: THE DANCE OF THE DIPLOMATS While Washington inclined toward Belgrade, Bonn favored Zagreb. The contradictory diplomatic positions of the United States and Germany unintentionally led to the outbreak of fighting. Within Europe, an initially unified position on how to respond to Yugoslavia’s crisis began to unravel shortly after the Croatian and Slovenian declarations of independence. Partly because of Bonn’s tilt toward Zagreb, Germany argued that recognizing Croatia and Slovenia’s independence was a way to bring an end to the fighting.
Balancing in the Balkans by Prof. Raymond Tanter, John Psarouthakis