Nearly everyone accepts that sending American troops for ground combat in Bosnia is a nonstarter. There is no support for this idea among the public or in Congress. American casualties undoubtedly would be high -- far higher than anyone could justify based on our interests
The end result:
By 1999, however, American and NATO troops were still in place as peacekeepers, enforcing an uneasy settlement that stabilized war-torn Bosnia with no American casualties. Bosnia was beginning to recover economically, and the horrible atrocities and ethnic cleansing in the area had ended.
I believe demolishing Hussein's military power and liberating Iraq would be a cakewalk.
Do I really need to finish this?
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