Humanitarian Interventions and Ethnic Conflicts. Lsn 24. Post-Cold War Environment. Cold War threats were potentially catastrophic but they were also measurable and somewhat predictable
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CIA Director James Woolsey described the post-Cold War environment by saying, “We have slain a large dragon (the U.S.S.R.) — but we now live in a jungle filled with a bewildering variety of poisonous snakes. In many ways, the dragon was easier to keep track of.”
Rwanda, Bosnia, Haiti, East Timor, and Kosovo
Deep gashes in the skulls of victims of the Rwanda genocide evidence the violence of their deaths
Rwandan children in the refugee camp at Ndosha, Zaire
Unearthed mass grave containing the bodies of some of the 7,000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys murdered when Serbs overran the UN “safe area” of Srebrenica
The Serbs took UN peacekeepers hostage and chained them to potential target areas to prevent airstrikes
Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, left, Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic, center, and Croatian President Franjo Tudjman, right, initial the DPA at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio
Camp Stenkovich II in Macedonia held approximately 20,000 refugees.
F-16s at Aviano Air Base, Italy preparing to launch in support of Operation Allied Force
Holocaust victims in a mass grave