Hearing Before the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives: One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session, October 18, 1995 (Classic Reprint)

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Since the President announced his commitment 2 years ago to provide up to in u.s. Troops to such an undertaking without, I must add, any consultation with the Congress, the administration needs to fully explain exactly what this commitment entails.

Many of our members are concerned that the administration has not thought through the implications of its commitment, somewhat like the TV writer who has not thought about how the hero will win the day until the final scene.

The administration's script for Bosnia, however, is not a tele vision drama, not just the curtain raiser, but every scene right to the finish needs to be thought through fully in advance. The ad ministration has yet to answer the primary question which is, ex actly) what is our mission and what are our national security inter ests.

Is it the traditional peacekeeping mission of Observing and te porting ou compliance with the peace agreement the parties have freely entered into and want to succeed, or is it to coerce otherwise reluctant parties into complying with an agreement that has been imposed upon them?

The American people would like to help the parties live in peace if that is what they want. The American people are not prepared, in my opinion, to try to forcibly impose peace on people with a record of centuries of conflict.

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