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for the right moment. Even China and Russia seem to be coming around. If all can agree, and Milosevic will cooperate, the bombing can in fact come to an end and a U.N.-led mission can go forth. That of course remains to be seen. There are a number of factors and if Milosevic is not cooperative, the international political consequences can be devastating. Both China and Russia want the bombing to stop and there is no telling which way they will go in the future if in fact an agreement is not reached soon. Further, with internal turmoil in Russia, and Yeltsin’s impeachment trial in progress, the future of Russia’s role is a mystery, but it is thought that its position will probably remain unchanged (Holland PG). The world is watchfully waiting with a degree of optimism, as

bombs continue to fall down on Kosovo villages and refugees continue to make homes in strange lands.Works CitedAlexander, Lamar. ” Clintonesque war.” The Washington Times 12 May 1999A19.Borchgrave, Arnaud de “‘We are willing to die to defend our rights.’” The Washington Times 1 May 1999 A8.Cobban, Helana. “Beyond the war in Kosovo.” The Christian Science Monitor 13 May 1999 11.Cotler, Irwin. ” Holocaust as metaphor.” Jerusalem Post 12 May 1999 08.”Day-by-day account of Kosovo events.” Gannett News Service 11 May 1999 PG.”G8 close to common line on Kosovo peace-Germany.” Reuters 5 May 1999 PG.Holland, Steve “U.S. sees no change in Russia role in Kosovo.” Reuters 12 May 1999 PG.”Hope for Kosovo.” The Toronto Star 7 May 1999 PG.McWethy, John,

Gibson, Charles, and Sawyer, Diane. ” NEW KOSOVO PEACE PLAN.”ABC Good Morning America 14 Apr 1999 PG.Pisik, Betsy ” U.N. welcomes chance to have a voice in Kosovo solution.” The Washington Times 7 May 1999 A13.Note PG refers to pagination of electronic sources