While the United Nations peacekeeping forces led by the United States are fighting fiercely in Somalia, there are also continuous armed conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is located in the Balkans in southern Europe.

President Clinton, who took office shortly after, did not take advantage of Mogadishu.

How dare he make rash moves in Bosnia and Herzegovina! However, the US authorities, which have always pursued a hegemonic policy, will never stand idly by and give up any opportunity to command the world.

Therefore, they still played a major role as NATO members in the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Bosnia and Herzegovina belongs to the former Yugoslav Republic and is inhabited by ethnic groups such as Croats, Slovenians and Serbs.

Because this place is just at the intersection of Asia, Europe and Africa, it can play a role in guarding the fortress in Southeast Europe and controlling the traffic artery connecting southern Europe and the Mediterranean.

It has a very important strategic position and has always been a place for strategists.

It is also a multi-ethnic gathering place.

External invasion and internal contradictions are often intertwined, making people suffer from colonization and war for a long time.

After the first World War, with the defeat of Germany and Austria, the local residents became the victors.

The people of all ethnic groups jointly formed the National Council and officially announced the establishment of a new country called “the country of Slovenians, Croats and Serbs”, which was later renamed “the kingdom of Yugoslavia”, and the capital was set in Belgrade.

This is the “first Yugoslavia” in history.

During the Second World War, the kingdom of Yugoslavia was occupied by fascists, and the working people of all ethnic groups were ravaged and oppressed.

Under the leadership of the Yugoslav Communist Party headed by Tito, guerrillas were organized and fought to the death with German and Italian fascists.

After four years of arduous guerrilla war and defeating German and Italian fascists and their accomplices, the “people’s Republic of Yugoslavia” was established on November 29, 1945, which was jointly composed of six republics: Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Montenegro.

Later, the country was renamed “Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia”.

Joseph Broz Tito, the son of a farmer, once served in a prison in the Austro Hungarian Empire and a prisoner of Russians.

At the age of 24, he converted to communism.

After returning from the Soviet Union, he participated in and led the revolutionary struggle in Yugoslavia.

Then he was elected as the commander-in-chief of the guerrillas of the people’s Liberation of Yugoslavia and led the Yugoslav people to wage guerrilla war against German and Italian fascists and their accomplices.

German fascists once offered a reward of 100000 marks for his head, and Tito not only saved his head, but also used the wisdom and talent filled in this valuable head to deal with powerful enemies and win one victory after another.

He was a legendary figure in the war and became a national leader loved by the people of all ethnic groups in terms of political influence.

Because of this, Tito was able to make full use of his wisdom and prestige established in the war, and successfully made all ethnic groups with deep hatred and resentment in Yugoslavia forge swords into plowshares, live in harmony on the same land and become a warm family.

However, due to the accumulated resentment of various nationalities in history and the differences of national culture, Tito excessively expanded the local autonomy of various republics in the later period of his administration, which exacerbated the national contradictions day by day.

Especially after Tito’s death, greater Serbian nationalism began to resurrect in an attempt to re dominate Yugoslavia.

In December 1990, Milosevic, with a strong sense of nationalism, was elected president of the Republic of Serbia.

He incited people to fight for independence on the grounds of emphasizing the “revitalization” of Serbia.

Nationalist sentiment and the democratization trend of thought of drastic changes in Eastern Europe disturbed the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

The implementation of multi-party system and political pluralism led to the disintegration of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

The ruling party of Bosnia and Herzegovina belongs to the middle school in politics and neither opposes the Communist Party nor advocates socialism.

Nationalist political parties representing the interests of Muslims, Serbia and Croatia have almost the same political views, but there are serious differences on the future system of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

With the passage of time, the relationship between the three ethnic groups has become more and more tense, with armed conflicts from time to time.

Americans who claim to be world leaders naturally have their own predictions about the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

At the end of 1990, the US Central Intelligence Agency submitted a forecast report on the situation in Yugoslavia to President Bush, who was at an impasse in the Gulf War.

“Yugoslavia will collapse within the next 18 months,” the report said This prediction caused an uproar all over the world.

The international community generally expressed doubts about its prediction.

However, in less than a year, the development of the situation has fulfilled the statement of the US Central Intelligence Agency.

On June 25, 1991, Slovenia and Croatia took joint action, and the radio and television stations in their respective capitals simultaneously released the news of secession from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and independence.

At the same time, Slovenian President kuchang and Croatian President tujman held emergency meetings in their respective offices to discuss with their respective military and political dignitaries the measures to be taken after the declaration of independence.

Kuchang, who has just turned 50, is known as a young star in Yugoslav politics.

Due to his outstanding talent, he entered politics in his 20s and climbed to the position of president of the union of the Republic of Slovenia.

Although he lost the multi-party election in 1990, he was very prestigious because he first proposed the multi-party system.

Finally, he won the presidential election and became a non party political leader.

This time he declared independence, more confident, I believe Slovenians will support themselves.

Croatian President tujman, who was a soldier, fought guerrillas with Tito.

He is Tito’s proud subordinate.

He was promoted to major general of the army at the age of 38.

His military command ability made him confident in leading Croatia, and he was also prepared to use force to maintain the independence of his Republic.

Shortly after the republics of Slovakia and Croatia declared their independence, they had a number of armed conflicts with the Yugoslav people’s army.

Although the two republics postponed their formal “independence” under the mediation and good offices of the European community, they did not slow down the pace of independence.

Example is the easiest to follow.

Two months later, the two republics of Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, i.e. Buenos Aires and Croatia, also declared independence one after another.

As soon as this move came out, the post-war reconstruction of the federal state of Yugoslavia existed in name only.

However, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s independence is not so smooth.

As the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina is mixed with Muslims and SerbsDue to the complexity of ethnic and religious contradictions, the three nationalities of Serbia and Croatia, who believe in different religions, have their own ideas on the independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Muslim and Croat leaders wanted full independence, but Serbian leaders demanded the formation of a new Yugoslavia with the Republic of Serbia.

For this reason, all ethnic groups quarreled endlessly and their words were very fierce.

Therefore, when the parliament of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina made a request to the European community to recognize its independence, the Serbs went their own way and declared the formation of the “Republic of Serbia of Bosnia and Herzegovina”.

Since then, conflicts between various ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina have occurred continuously, and finally, with the support of their respective main republics, there has been a shocking civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The protracted civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina began with the bombing of a wedding.

On the morning of March 1, 1992, a wedding was being held in an Orthodox Church in Sarajevo, the capital of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia.

The groom and bride were a pair of Serbian youth.

The church was filled with a happy and holy atmosphere.

The couple exchanged gifts face to face.

The bishop blessed them and many relatives and friends congratulated them.

After the wedding, the beautiful bride took the handsome groom’s arm, with an uncontrollable happy smile on her face, and walked slowly to the door of the church amid the blessing and laughter of the people.

Suddenly, a group of gunmen rushed into the church, and the sudden gunfire and explosion suddenly rang out.

Although the two newlyweds survived, the groom’s father and some relatives and friends fell in a pool of blood.

The unexpected disaster from the sky caused chaos inside and outside the church, tore the good people to pieces, and pulled the already restless Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina into the vortex of war.

After the bloody wedding, the Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina were angry and unanimously recognized that it was done by the Mu nationality.

They were determined to repay the blood debt from the Mu nationality.

That night, Karadzic, chairman of the Serbian Democratic Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina, convened an emergency meeting and established the “emergency command of the Serbian people of Bosnia and Herzegovina”, calling on the Bosnian Serbs to take up arms and fight to the death to protect their survival.

Then there was a fierce conflict between Serbian militia and police, resulting in several deaths on the spot.

Late at night, more than 10000 people of all ethnic groups took to the streets and called for “no division”.

The mood of sorrow and anger is hard to express.

The determination of the people and the people’s weariness of war prompted the leaders of all parties to have temporary scruples about solving the problem by force.

Therefore, the leaders of the three ethnic groups had to make a gesture and advocate the settlement of disputes through negotiation.

After a series of fierce bargaining, the representatives of the three ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Cyprus initially reached similar views on the composition and functions of Parliament, government and judiciary on March 8, and decided to send representatives of the three ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina to jointly form a working group to specifically complete the division of ethnic inhabited areas.

However, just as the three-party negotiations in Bosnia and Herzegovina had just begun and the dawn of peace had initially appeared in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the European community, fearing that the world would not be chaotic, suddenly announced its recognition of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s independence on April 6, and the United States was in a hurry to recognize Bosnia and Herzegovina’s independence on April 7.

Such an unwise move immediately interrupted the negotiation process of the three ethnic groups in Bosnia and Herzegovina, adding fuel to the fire for the rekindling and comprehensive escalation of the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The angry Bosnian Serbs officially announced that the five Serb autonomous regions just established in Bosnia and Herzegovina jointly established the “Republic of Serbia in Bosnia and Herzegovina”.

Then, armed conflict broke out again between the Serbs and the Mu and K ethnic groups.

The gunfire in Sarajevo kept going day and night, the urban area was in chaos, and the people fled one after another.

Faced with the fierce actions of Serbs, the Croat and Muk communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina immediately responded.

They attacked the Serbian dominated southern people’s army stationed in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Then, the fierce fighting between the two sides continued in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In the civil war in which the three major ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina killed each other, due to the complex situation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, all the warring ethnic groups had their own backers: for historical and ideological reasons, the United States and other western countries and the Republic of Croatia encouraged and supported the Croat and Mu armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, The Serb armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina have received the support of the Republic of Serbia and the Yugoslav people’s army.

The scale of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina exceeded that of Slovenia and Croatia.

There are 100000 troops of the Yugoslav people’s army in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and about 200000 Serb armed forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including “Serbian Bosnia and Herzegovina armed police”, “Serbian national guard” and “Serbian volunteer army”.

The armed forces of Muslims and Croats in Bosnia and Herzegovina are the “National Guard”.

“Green bere” has a total of 170000 people, plus 30000 people sent by the Republic of Croatia to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The 30000 paramilitary forces and some foreign mercenaries from Croatia’s Pro fascist political parties have entered Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a total of more than 500000 people.

The two sides launched a fierce war on the land of only 50000 square kilometers in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

At this time, the disintegration of Yugoslavia has become an inevitable trend, but the United States and other western countries seem to feel that this inevitable trend should come faster.

Therefore, they took the opportunity to strengthen the sanctions against the fry from April 1992.

They believed that the ownership relationship of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was not very different from that of the former Yugoslavia and must be eradicated.

The civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was entirely the result of the support of Serbia and the Yugoslav people’s army for Serbia.

On April 10, the 12 countries of the European Community issued a statement, pointing the finger at Serbia and taking concerted action not to recognize the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Half a month later, they recalled their ambassadors to Yugoslavia and strongly demanded that the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia withdraw its people’s army from Bosnia and Herzegovina.

On May 21, the United States announced that it had stopped air travel with Yugoslavia and closed its consulates in New York and San Francisco.

On the 27th, the European Community announced a trade embargo on Serbia and Montenegro and asked the United Nations to freeze the property of Serbia and Montenegro and impose a trade embargo and oil embargo on them.

On the 15th and 22nd, the United Nations also issued resolutions calling for an immediate ceasefire in Bosnia and Herzegovina, accepting Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina as member states of the United Nations, and reaffirming resolution 713 on the prohibition of the delivery of weapons to Yugoslavia.

On the 30th, the UN Security Council adopted resolution 757, which will impose comprehensive sanctions on Yugoslavia.

The sanctions imposed by the United States and other western countries on the fry and the hasty recognition of the independence of Slovenia and Croatia not only did not calm the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also escalated the war.

The United States will grab the greatest benefit from the war – to control Europe.

After the drastic changes in Eastern Europe and the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the US policy was originally relaxed towards the Balkans, but when it saw the westEurope’s enthusiasm on the Yugoslav issue finally couldn’t contain its hegemonic fire and began to actively intervene in the redistribution of European rights and interests to show its real existence and strong influence in Europe.

While announcing the recognition of the independence of the three countries and imposing economic and diplomatic sanctions on the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, it sent a number of warships to the Adriatic Sea to monitor the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the former Yugoslavia, and then planned to send troops to the Balkans to intervene with western countries.

The main interest in defeating the Yugoslav civil war is that of the United States.

Worried that the escalation and long-term delay of the civil war in the former Yugoslavia will affect its digestion of the political and economic achievements produced by the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the European community proposed that the solution of the Bosnia and Herzegovina problem should be mainly the responsibility of Europeans themselves.

After the authorization of the United Nations Security Council, the United States can send sea and air forces to provide cover for NATO forces.

Other Western powers have their own ideas.

Britain hopes to maintain its leading role in European affairs by virtue of its special relationship with the United States, so it actively advocates military intervention.

The French, who are uncoordinated with the United States, oppose the United States to dominate European affairs with the feeling of “the world’s only superpower”, so they often go their own way.

It is not surprising that the Germans have always been the first to the whole problem of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Although great powers such as Britain, France and Germany have their own ideas, they can’t resist the United States after all.

After open and secret struggle, they can only follow the Americans in the end.

Therefore, they all expressed their support for the limited use of force to solve the problem of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

They sent troops to form a peacekeeping force under the banner of implementing United Nations resolutions and stationed in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The conflicts of interest and differences among major powers have contributed to the determination of all parties to the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina to pursue their respective strategic objectives, and it is difficult for the United Nations peacekeeping operations to do anything.

In addition to the internal reasons of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the issue of multinational force is also a difficult problem for peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Russia asked to participate in peacekeeping missions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but was unwilling to obey orders under the command of NATO.

The United States insists that the leadership of the multinational force must be controlled by NATO.

To put it bluntly, it must be controlled by the United States! In addition, of course, the United States should limit Russia’s influence to the greatest extent.

When the peaceful way did not work, NATO countries led by the United States began to resort to force against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

On March 31, 1993, the European Community and the United States pushed the Security Council to adopt resolution 816, authorizing member states or regional organizations to “take all necessary measures”, including military means, to enforce the Security Council’s action plan on the establishment of a “no fly zone” in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

A spokesman for the US Department of Defense announced on the 8th that 24 US fighters, 14 French fighters, 18 Dutch fighters and 12 British fighters participated in the no fly operation.

From April 12, nearly 70 aircraft from the United States and its NATO allies began to impose a no fly over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

On April 16, the Security Council adopted a resolution to designate six cities, Sarajevo, Gorazde, Bihac, Tuzla, Srebrenica and Zepa, with the majority of the Bosnian Mu population, as “safe areas” to protect them from Serbian attacks.

Nevertheless, the United States also suspected that the United Nations was “indecisive” in dealing with the Serbian issue and supported NATO’s air strike against Serbs.

The US Department of defense put forward a plan for military intervention in Bosnia and Herzegovina in late April.

The plan was opposed by European countries because it included the partial lifting of the arms embargo on the three warring parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the United States had to give up temporarily.

On February 5, 1994, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, shelled civilians, causing more than 200 casualties.

On February 9, NATO issued an ultimatum to the Bosnian Serbs, ordering the Bosnian Serb armed forces to withdraw their heavy weapons to an area 20 kilometers away from the center of the city within 10 days, otherwise NATO will carry out air strikes on them.

Immediately, NATO assembled a huge naval and air force force in Italy and the Adriatic Sea, with three aircraft carrier formations of more than 20 ships and more than 200 aircraft, and completed pre war preparations such as determining air raid targets, formulating action plans, establishing command systems and simulating air raid drills before the 18th.

The “no fly” action of the United States is practical and has achieved certain results.

On February 28, two American F-16 “battle Falcon” fighters intercepted six Serbian “Seagull” light attack aircraft over Banja Luka in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, and shot down four of them with air-to-air missiles.

On April 10, the peacekeeping forces killed the Serb ground forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the first time.

In the name of protecting United Nations observers, general Ross, commander of the peacekeeping force in Bosnia and Herzegovina, ordered to dispatch two U.S. F-16 fighters to attack the Bosnian Serb position in gorazhde City, carrying out the first air strike since the outbreak of the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

For this reason, the Bosnian Serbs no longer regard the United States and other peacekeeping forces as messengers of peace, but are at odds with them.

Therefore, Serbian armed forces often attack the camps of peacekeeping forces and sometimes “detain” the officers and soldiers of peacekeeping forces as hostages.

This has increased the casualties of peacekeeping forces.

At this time, the United States found that the contradiction in Bosnia and Herzegovina could not be solved only by its own ability and will.

The situation of long war and discord has disgraced the United States, which considers itself a “world leader”.

Starting from the purpose of maintaining its leading position in Europe and reestablishing the image of a great power, it and Russia have gradually obtained similar opinions through diplomatic contacts, thus forming the trend of joint intervention by the United States, Russia and Europe.

In April 1994, representatives of the United States, Britain, France, Germany and Russia established the “five nation contact group” in London to coordinate the positions of all parties on the Bosnia and Herzegovina issue.

In July of the same year, the five nation contact group put forward the peace plan unanimously agreed by the five countries to the three parties of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

In the view of the Americans, both the NATO plan and the five nation plan are just to strengthen intervention in the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina from political and military aspects.

Therefore, on 24 May, the United States issued an ultimatum to the Serbs to return the weapons taken from the Arsenal supervised by the peacekeeping forces a few days ago by 12 noon the next day.

The Serbs ignored this.

On the 26th, the United States used this as an excuse to carry out air strikes on Serb positions in palle region of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The US air strikes have further aroused the strong dissatisfaction of the Bosnian Serbs.

Since then, Serbs began to launch surprise attacks on the observation posts and arsenals of peacekeeping forces, and continued to arrest peacekeepers and military observers.

In less than a month, Serbs arrested peacekeepersThere are 380 employees.

They detained these hostages in more than a dozen important military targets such as weapon depots and radar stations that may be attacked by NATO in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and claimed to the United States and NATO that the safety of these personnel “will depend on the future actions of the United States and NATO forces”.

The hostage problem caused by the air raid was far beyond the expectation of the West.

While the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and other countries issued statements one after another, they carried out diplomatic consultations and asked the Bosnian Serbs to release the hostages immediately and unconditionally.

The United States has also taken military action to put pressure on Serbs.

On May 27, the United States announced that it had transferred three warships carrying 2000 Marines from the Mediterranean to the Adriatic Sea.

On the 31st, US President Clinton announced that he had decided to accept the request of NATO allies when necessary and send us ground troops to Bosnia and Herzegovina temporarily.

Bosnian Serbs insist that the hostages can be released only by ensuring that there are no more air strikes and other conditions.

The two sides held constant negotiations on the hostage issue.

While the Bosnian Cypriots were preparing to release the hostages, something unpleasant happened to the Americans.

On the afternoon of June 2, Serbs shot down a US F-16 fighter plane on a no fly mission.

Therefore, the US military carried out air strikes against Serbs again.

Since August 30, NATO has carried out two weeks of indiscriminate bombing on Serbian positions on the pretext that the Serbian Army did not withdraw heavy weapons from around Sarajevo within the specified time limit, causing serious losses to Serbs.

On September 14, Serbs were forced to formally accept the ceasefire plan of the United Nations and NATO.

In the air raid, the United States obviously favored the Mu and Ke ethnic groups.

On August 4, when the Croatian government dispatched 100000 troops to launch a fierce offensive against the capital of the Republic of Serbia in Bosnia and Herzegovina under the cover of aircraft, tanks and artillery, the United States not only did not criticize this behavior, but publicly praised it.

It was also said that the US general helped the Croatian Army formulate the battle plan.

It can be seen that the United States “operated” behind the scenes for the Croatian army to enter Bosnia and Herzegovina and cooperate with the Muslim army.

At the beginning of the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Western powers intervened one by one, especially the effect of the United States pouring oil on the fire on the Bosnia and Herzegovina issue.

Because the United States does not want the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina to stop, and if they stop their arms dealers, there will be no place to make money.

The United States played such a disgraceful role in the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

According to the world arms trade data, the United States and Russia have always been the main arms suppliers in the former Yugoslavia.

By the end of 1994, 20% of the weapons on the battlefield in Bosnia and Herzegovina had come from the United States.

The United States sold more than 22 billion US dollars in arms in 1993, many of which were used in the battlefield of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

It is the import of advanced weapons from the United States that makes the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina more and more cruel.

For the US military, the battlefield is also an excellent “testing ground”, and this time is no exception.

The military commander of NATO is still in the “air to ground” stage of the air strike plan, and the “network to ground” software is still used by the military commander of NATO.

This system is connected with a group of computer network systems used to generate flight plans in the Gulf War, and can quickly answer some operational questions of front-line commanders about the location of military targets and so on.

The war lasted for a long time, and the three sides of Bosnia and Herzegovina really couldn’t fight anymore.

The Western powers also felt ashamed, so they called a halt one after another.

After negotiations, on September 8 and 26, the foreign ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina Serbs, Croatia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia reached principled agreements in Geneva and New York on major issues such as the future constitutional principles of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the proportion of territorial division.

Subsequently, the presidents of the three countries reached an agreement on a comprehensive end to the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Dayton, Ohio, on November 10.

On the 21st, the three parties finally initialed the “Bosnia and Herzegovina peace agreement”, that is, the Dayton agreement.

However, the Dayton agreement is only a framework document and lacks clear provisions on some fundamental issues related to the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Therefore, the implementation and implementation of the agreement will not be smooth.

In fact, the signing of the Dayton agreement has not solved the ethnic contradictions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, let alone the antagonism between the Serbs in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the US military.

From August 24 to September 1, 1997, the Serbs clashed with the officers and soldiers of the US military base in Brcko for many times.

They threw stones at tanks and destroyed army vehicles.

Some people also pasted Karadzic’s head on the barbed wire of the US Army camp and shouted slogans in support of Karadzic.

The US military believes that these acts were deliberately arranged by Serbian hardliners.

Because the US military is worried about the expansion of the situation, it has always adopted a more restrained attitude.

However, they are also aware that the further intensification of the internal crisis of Bosnian Serbs will break the framework stipulated in the Dayton agreement.

This will not only lead to the division of the Republic of Serbia in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also affect the existence of the Muk Federation.

Therefore, the United States has to take a tough stance.

As the leader of peacekeeping forces, the United States has deployed thousands of US troops in Bosnia and Herzegovina and spent $300 million.

If it retreats at this time, it will not only waste its past efforts, but also make the outside world think that the commitment of the Clinton administration is weak.

Therefore, Meining is willing to take the risk of “the second Somalia” and make a big fight in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

If there is a bloody conflict between the US military and the Serbian people, it will put itself in a situation of confrontation with the whole Serbian people.

At that time, President plavsic of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina may also protect himself and not cooperate with the US military.

Therefore, the United States has to be wary of using force against Bosnian Serbs again.

Just as Clinton was preparing to fight again against Bosnia and Herzegovina, a “war” lit up in the backyard of the United States – in September 1994, the jorasan government supported by Haitian military leader Cedras overthrew President Aristide and came to power.

In any case, it’s like allowing dissidents to be in the backyard.

If a big country wants to use force against another country, it must find a reason.

Moreover, the military coup in Haiti is only an internal affair of Haiti.

Therefore, he first asked the United Nations to intervene through diplomatic channels, and then the United States could “order the princes with the son of heaven”.

In early October, Clinton ordered to send tens of thousands of troops to the Haitian border, and a large number of airborne troops flew into Haitian airspace.

Under the pressure of soldiers and planes, jorasan had to announce compromise and abdication on the 17th, so as to restore Haiti’s democratically elected government.

The next day, Clinton cancelled the order to send troops to Haiti.

Isn’t this a false shot! Not really.

So how did the invasion be cancelled! It is said that former President Carter made a decision on thisPresident Clinton also fabricated a set of reasons: the military operation was a response to the plot of the Iraqi National Intelligence Agency to assassinate former US President Bush.

This reason is not only denied by the Iraqi government, but also strongly dissatisfied by Iraqis.

On the evening of June 27, tens of thousands of Baghdad citizens chanted anti US slogans and held funerals for those killed in the missile attack.

On the 28th, the Iraqi Foreign Minister sent a letter to the Security Council to protest against the unfounded threat and blackmail of the US military against Iraq.

In the following year, the United States was busy dealing with the issue of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the “honest” Iraqis did not let the United States find a reason to exercise “air power”, so the overall situation was calm.