NATO's Empty Victory: A Postmortem on the Balkan War by Ted Galen Carpenter
English | Jan. 15, 2000 | ISBN: 188257785X | 208 Pages | PDF | 38 MB
The Clinton administration and the other NATO governments boast that the alliance won a great victory in its war against Yugoslavia.
Within days of the end of the fighting, policy-oriented scholars began writing up the lessons and meaning of the Kosovo conflict (March-June 1999). The arguments assembled in this collection probe deeper into the diplomatic and moral rationale for the NATO-led conflict with Serbia. Readers familiar with the CATO Institute, an independent Washington think-tank, will find that this text adopts its generally conservative line.