Our annual salute to the undersung lives we lost
McChrystal's naivete, Obama's thin skin
Obama's delicate two-step
A bipartisan moment on foreign policy
Obama to send more troops to Afghanistan
Riedel to lead review of Afghan, Pakistan policy
A new U.S. diplomacy
Financial urgency's global effect
A critical pick
Think Holbrooke wants to be Obama's secretary of state?
Bridge blast severs Georgia
V.I.P.s get mortgage breaks from Countrywide
A dangerous idea for redeployment
Bush meets panel on Iraq
Serb bosses thumb their noses Karadzic at large: U.S. and NATO are not taken seriously.
Shifting power has feel of presidential transition Scores leaving; many uncertain of status
President shakes up his Cabinet Secretaries of state, defense, commerce, energy on the way out; Senior aides to leave; Officials were warned before the election of Clinton's plans; ELECTION 1996
Holbrooke returning to Balkans to put pressure on Milosevic U.S. envoy seeks ouster of Karadzic and Mladic
French general's deal ensured massacre in Bosnia Hostage situation led to pact with Serbs
Bosnian Serb defiance Peace process at risk: Rome summit of Balkan leaders fails to ease tensions.
Attack on troops in Bosnia foiled, U.S. official says 11 foreign militants reported held in raid
Bosnian Serb leaders kill anti-NATO order Politicians say general lacked authority to cut ties with peacekeepers
Tensions over Bosnia Peace accord stymied: Serbs cut contacts to protest arrest of military personnel.
Peace is made by acts
U.N. eases sanctions on Serbia Clinton speech Monday will try to build support for sending U.S. troops; Army chief of staff is grim; Aide talks of passing 'mother test': What to tell casualty's mother?
Hope for the Balkans Clinton success: Carrot-and-stick strategy helps forge peace accord in former Yugoslavia.
Russia force in Bosnia to be under U.S. general Peacekeepers to join allies but won't take orders from NATO
Warning opens Bosnian talks Choose peace now or permanent strife, Christopher says; 'Prevent a wider war'; Presidents of Serbia, Croatia agree on some general goals
Clinton calls Bosnia talks 'last chance' Balkan chiefs gather for negotiations brokered by U.S.; 'Defining moment'; Top issues include use of U.S. military, land disputes, war crimes
Thousands of Muslims massacred, reports say Evidence points to Serbs, 2 Western officials say
Russians complicate NATO deployment plan Offer of 20,000 troops meets U.S. resistance
Bringing energy, ego to Bosnia Prime mover: U.S. envoy Richard C. Holbrooke brings hardball tactics and a flair for publicity to the table in Balkan peace talks. His methods are garnering success.
Croat-Muslim tensions threaten the federation As Serbs falter, partners could turn on each other
Military defends plans for troops in Bosnia Shalikashvili tells panel large U.S. peacekeeping unit needed to flex power
Airstrike suspension extended Bosnian government troops advance on northwest stronghold; Rebels admit 'heavy losses'; Tensions lessen around Sarajevo, but fears rise in north
Secretary of state lets others enjoy limelight
Bosnian Serbs agree to pullback
First Step in Bosnia
Now comes the hard part: creating a lasting peace
U.S. grabs the reins in Bosnia
NATO vows to bomb Serb leader into peace negotiations U.S.-led attacks poised to continue
U.S. fears Serbs fleeing to Kosovo may widen war THE WAR IN THE BALKANS
Peace bid for Bosnia is backed THE WAR IN THE BALKANS
A U.N. War Against Bosnia's Serbs
U.S. trying to prevent outbreak of fighting in Bosnia
Croatia agrees to let U.N. force stay
West seeks help of Milosevic to end Bosnian war
It's Them vs. Us
Gergen move to State leaves officials spinning
Bush is facing balancing act on Vietnam Emotion competes with economics