As the Clinton Administration’s frustration with its Bosnia policy grew, the process to change that policy ground to a halt. Tough choices are often the enemy of quick decision-making—and concerning Bosnia, the options during the spring of 1995 could hardly have been less appealing. In meeting after meeting, senior Administration officials debated every angle of the crisis, but since they could not even agree on what they wanted to achieve, these discussions always ended up where they started.
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