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Florida International University How the War in Bosnia Ended Reflection Paper

Florida International University

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you signed up to write a one page reflection paper on the course materials that are assigned for Wednesday, March 25th. For you, that means the focus of your paper should be on the following materials: 1. Ivo Daalder, “Decision to Intervene: How the War in Bosnia Ended”, Brookings Institute, https://www.brookings.edu/articles/decision-to-intervene-how-the-war-inbosniaended/ 2. Michael Mandelbaum, “A Perfect Failure: NATO’s War Against Yugoslavia”, Foreign Affairs (CANVAS You should start your paper (again, only one page total) with a brief summary of the two readings: what were they about, and what were the authors' main points (their main argument...what are they trying to convey to the reader). You should then do a short paragraph (2-3 sentences) where you explain how you think the material fits into the broader concepts in the class (material we covered already). For example, the readings you will cover for March 25th are an extension of some of the things discussed in the material on March 23rd. From there, conclude the paper (again only one page long) with your thoughts on the readings (from March 25th), as well as 2-3 questions we can discuss as a class. Topic was discussed on the 23rd : 1. Michael Mandelbaum, “Foreign Policy as Social Work,” Foreign Affairs 75 (Jan/Feb 1996), 16-32. _ _ 2. Thomas G. Weiss, “Triage: Humanitarian Interventions in a New Era,” World Policy Journal 11 (Spring 1994), 59-68 3. Video: Modern War Institute “Three Veterans Recall the Battle of Mogadishu” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFwivrpFHE0 (Note: While a lot of this video has a lot of tactical military concepts and jargon, it helps humanize the challenged posed by the kinds of forced military interventions undertaken during the 1990s. The speakers all took part in the battle portrayed in the 2001 film “Black Hawk Down”) ...
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Running Head: REFLECTION ESSAY

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Reflection Essay
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REFLECTION ESSAY

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Brief summary of the two articles
In “Decision to Intervene: How the War in Bosnia Ended,” Ivo Daalder outlines the role of the
United States in Bosnia after the breakup of Yugoslavia. The author outlines how the Clinton’s
administration was reluctant to end the massacre and ethnic cleansing in Bosnia. Daalder then
explains why the administration decided to intervene decisively at the conflict in August 1995
(Daalder, 1998). The reading is about the conflict in Bosnia and what the role the United States
played to prevent mass killings. It also highlights the lessons the United States can learn to
prevent the kind of suffering that Bosnians faced during that period (Daalder, 1998). One of the
author’s main point is that the UN’s UNPROFOR troops were the main cause of the problem
rather than the solution. The article also outlines...

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