The War in Kosovo

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June 26 1999 3:00 AM

The War in Kosovo

Links to Slate's recent coverage.

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Chatterbox says, that's Mister Milosevic to you. Here he examines the justification for the U.S. media's outrage at being expelled from Yugoslavia.

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Michael Kinsley helps you translate the six easy answers favored by politicians unwilling to take a stand on the Kosovo bombings.

"International Papers" summarizes what the world press has to say about Kosovo in the Monday, June 28, Thursday, June 24, and Monday, June 21 columns.

"The Week/The Spin" tells you what's going on in Kosovo, and also what politicians say is going on in Kosovo.

And "Pundit Central" gives you the latest from the armchair generals of the Sunday morning talk show circuit.

Read what John Allen Paulosand Lisa Zeidner think about the news coverage of the conflict in "The Breakfast Table."

Masha Gessen supplies "Dispatches From the War Zone," while Eliot A. Cohen and Owen Harries debate "So, What Do We Do Now?"

John Hillen and Robert Kagan discuss "Should NATO Send in Ground Troops?"

"Today's Papers" discusses newspaper coverage of the bombings.

Chatterbox does his bit for the boys by concentrating the full power of www.anagramgenius.com on Serbia's leader. Sample: "Slobodan Milosevic" yields "So, so vile, bold, manic!" Also, he predicts that Clinton will lie his way to victory in Kosovo.

Finally, if you're a little rusty on what exactly they're fighting about in Kosovo, here are squibs on 1) what Kosovo wants, and what Serbia's willing to give (hint: They're not the same); 2) the difference between Kosovo and Bosnia; 3) why fighting in Kosovo could spark a Pan-Balkan conflagration; and 4) Kosovo's long and bloody history. Or click here for a profile of Slobodan Milosevic.

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