Letter: Troops must go in
Tuesday 04 May 1999
For the Albanians in Kosovo, whether Milosevic retains power or a peace agreement can be found is irrelevant. The very "success" of Nato's bombing is creating conditions of anarchy, whereby Serbian police and paramilitaries are increasing the scale of "massacre".
It is clear that bombing is not a deterrent and the "nothing to lose" attitude of these forces means that the destruction is likely to continue, regardless of what is agreed with Belgrade.
As Serbia falls apart politically it is the responsibility of Nato to "police" Kosovo with or without a "permissive environment".
T J MORAN
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