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now former president clinton and others look back at the 1995 dayton peace accords that ended the 3,5 year-war in bosnia. and disscuss what the agreement had made for global diplomacy and resolving other world conflicts. we'll hear forward the former un ambassador and secretary of state madeleine albright and the retired general wesley clark. he was the chief of military and negotiator. former national security adviser stanley berger introduces president clinton. this event was held at the new york university and hosted by the clinton foundation. it's one hour ten minutes.

 

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Now former President Clinton and others look back at the 1995 Dayton peace accords that ended the 3,5 year-war in Bosnia and discuss what the agreement had made for global diplomacy and resolving other world conflicts. We'll hear forward the former UN ambassador and secretary of state Madeleine Albright and the retired general Wesley Clark. He was the chief of military and negotiator. Former national security adviser Stanley Berger introduces President Clinton. This event was held at the New York university and hosted by the Clinton foundation. It's one hour ten minutes.

 

Now former President Clinton and others look back at the 1995 Dayton peace accords that ended the 3,5 year-war in Bosnia. and disscuss what the agreement had made for global diplomacy and resolving other world conflicts. We'll hear forward the former UN Ambassador and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and the retired General Wesley Clark. He was the chief of military and negotiator. Former National Security Adviser Stanley Berger introduces President Clinton. This event was held at the New York University and hosted by the Clinton Foundation. It's one hour ten minutes.

edited Aug 21 '11 at 21:16 Frederik de Klerk New member

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Former President Clinton and others look back at the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords that ended the three-and-one-half-year war in Bosnia and discuss what the agreement did for global diplomacy and resololution of world conflicts. In addition to President Clinton, we hear from the former UN Ambassador and Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright and the retired General Wesley Clark, who was the chief of the US military and a negotiator. The former National Security Adviser, Stanley Berger, introduces President Clinton. This event was held at New York University and  was hosted by the Clinton Foundation. It lasts one hour and ten minutes.

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