Washington Week

Vault: September 22, 1995

12/16/2010 | 5m 16s

This week in 1995, U.S. Diplomat Richard Holbrooke brokered a deal with the warring factions in Bosnia which included American troops serving as peacekeepers. It received a cool reception in Congress. Three months later, President Clinton got bipartisan support and the peace accord was signed.

Aired: 12/16/10

Rating: NR

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