Mr Paul makes the practical suggestion of a UN-sponsored 'safe corridor' from the Adriatic port of Polce through to Sarajevo, Zenica and Tuzla (I would add Mostar and Gorazde). For most of its length, this corridor would run through Croat-controlled territory. Surely the western allies can bring themselves to lean sufficiently on the Croats to permit it to function? After all, Croatia depends on the West.
As for Sarajevo itself, Europe and the UN should oblige silence also from the Serb gunners and snipers who have been brutalising this multi-cultural city - it is after all several weeks now since they promised it would become a 'safe area'. The question is simple: are we going to stand up for our own ideals?
CLIFFORD R. SMITH