Peacemaking is not easy, especially when war continues. Negotiating a peace is even more difficult when there is no real desire for peace among the combatants. That appears to have been the situation between the Serbs and the Albanian Kosovars as they ended their talks in Rambouillet, France on February 23. Does this mean the effort to make peace is the work of fools? Madeleine Albright and her French and British counterparts worked hard...
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