Clinton’s Library to make 300 secret documents public“ Bosnia – Kosovo

 

Isidora Kranjcevic | Ponedeljak, 23. 09. 2013. – 02:00h | Komentara: 0

Clinton’s Library to make 300 secret documents public

Clinton’s Library to make 300 secret documents public No reaction by Slobodan Milosevic’s regime during Croatian ‘Storm’ military action in which Serbs were expelled from the Krajina, was a surprise for the CIA according to documents at the Clinton Library…»

 

dokument R 70-14 1OCT2013   “Hrvatska vizija Bosne” (Croatia’s Vision of Bosnia)

Documents on Kosovo from 1998 also made public

Among the publicized documents there is a series of conclusions by the US National Security Council that preceded decision on bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. According to those conclusions as of June 19, 1998 the USA were for political solution of the conflict in Kosovo based on Kosovo autonomy within Yugoslavia with separated parliamentary and executive bodies, police and courts, and representative offices at the federal level. To make that plan successful various measures on the stick-and-carrot policy were defined”

For Milosevic:

  • Stick – wide spectrum of sanctioning measures that are not limited to international sanctions only
  • Carrot – suspension of sanctions and normalization of international relations in case of implementation of agreement

For Albanians:

  • Stick – suspension of protection from Serbian response to violent provocations, no more financing and logistics support to the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), permission by the UNSCR that Serbs get more weapons
  • Carrot – a place for KLA political representatives at a table

In later documents from 1998 there are conclusions leading to military intervention by the NATO, conditions for attacks and their consequences.

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dokument R 70-14 1OCT2013   “Hrvatska vizija Bosne” (Croatia’s Vision of Bosnia)

 

To access the complete collection of declassified documents contained in Bosnia, Intelligence, and the Clinton Presidency go to the CIA’s website.

Symposium booklet available for download here.

The symposium will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 1 at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center. The event is by invitation only but will be live streamed at www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org.

Symposium booklet available for download here.

The symposium will be held from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 1 at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center. The event is by invitation only but will be live streamed at www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org.

Collection Highlights:
Presidential Review Directive 1-U.S. Policy Regarding the Situation in the Former Yugoslavia
Principals Committee Meeting on Bosnia, February 5, 1993
Minutes of PC Meeting on Bosnia, April 23, 1994
Memo to President Clinton, September 14, 1994 re Principals Committee Review of Bosnia Policy
Memo to President Clinton, November 27, 1994 re Bosnia Policy after Fall of Bihac
Memo to President Clinton, December 13, 1994 re Principals Review of Bosnia Policy
Memo to President Clinton, January 13, 1995 re Update on Bosnia and Croatia
Memo to President Clinton, March 9, 1995 re U.S. Participation in NATO
Memo to President Clinton, May 2, 1995 re Principals Review of Bosnia
Memo to President Clinton, May 29, 1995 re Policy for Bosnia
Memo to President Clinton, June 7, 1995 re Principals Review of Bosnia Policy
Memo to President Clinton, July 15, 1995 re Principals July 14 Conclusions on Bosnia
Memo to President Clinton, July 19, 1995 re Bosnia Next Steps
Memo to President Clinton, August 25, 1995 re Bosnian End-Game Strategy
Memo to President Clinton, September 11, 1995 re Drop-by at the Principals Meeting on Bosnia
Memo to President Clinton, September 23, 1995 re Your Participation in Principals Committee Meeting on Bosnia
Memo to President Clinton, November 22, 1995 re Your Participation in Principals Committee Meeting on Bosnia

aus http://www.clintonlibrary.gov/ciasymposium.html

 

Bosnian War (1992-1995)
 Bosnia, Intelligence and Clinton’s Presidency
 CIA, State Department, Department of Defense & White House Files

2,346 pages of CIA, State Department, DOD, National Security Council and White House files concerning the Bosnian War, CIA Intelligence, Clinton Administration’s policy decisions, and the Dayton Peace Accords.

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Bosnian War (1992-1995) Bosnia, Intelligence and Clinton's Presidency CIA Files

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Bill Clinton Worked Hand in Glove with Al Qaeda: “Helped Turn Bosnia into Militant Islamic Base”

 

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http://www.globalresearch.ca/bill-clinton-worked-hand-in-glove