Over the weekend, the commander of the NATO air war in Yugoslavia said military victory is possible within a few months. But in the meantime, the attempt at a diplomatic resolution is said to be closer than ever to success. A panel talks about the options for ending the death, misery, and political deadlock in the region.

Guests

  • Martin Walker Foreign affairs writer, United Press International.
  • Daniel Schorr NPR Senior News Analyst
  • Rear Adm. Eugene Carroll U.S. Navy, Retired, and vice president of the Center for Defense Information

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