The latest news on Serbia
Marbury v. Madison established judicial restraint in young U.S. The lessons should be exported.
American blunders fostered the situation, and now the United States will pay a high global price.
Radovan Karadzic, indicted on genocide charges in the Bosnian civil war, is in custody.
The U.S. is struggling to link Bosnian Serbs to the infamous Srebrenica massacre.
The declaration of independence by Kosovo last month and its immediate aftermath have gone rather smoothly, and the level of opposition by the breakaway province's Serbs so far appears manageable, a senior European diplomat says.
Hillary Clinton, for better or worse, had the sound bite of the night in Thursday's Democratic presidential debate in Austin. "If your candidacy is going to be about words then they should be your own words," she said, speaking to Barack Obama. "Lifting whole passages from someone else's speeches is not change you can believe in, it's change you can Xerox." The remark prompted boos from some in the audience.
The diplomatic endgame raises tensions with Russia and the prospects for instability in the Balkans.