Action Council for Peace in the Balkans

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Group.png Action Council for Peace in the Balkans
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FormationJanuary 1994
Membership• Morton Abramowitz
• William Brock
• Zbigniew Brzezinski
• Frank Carlucci
• Hodding Carter
• David Dinkins
• Geraldine Ferrar
• Barbara Jordan
• Max Kampelman
• Lane Kirkland
• Jeane Kirkpatrick
• Edmund Muskie
• George Shultz
• Susan Sontag
• George Soros
• Paul Volcker
• Elie Wiesel
• Marshall Freeman Harris
• Stephen Walker
• Joseph Lieberman
• Frank McCloskey
Action Council to ensure active support of the Bosnian government through air power and an end to the UN arms embargo

The Action Council for Peace in the Balkans was formed in January 1994, with an open letter to President Bill Clinton calling for the US to replace its then policy of support for UN peacekeepers in Bosnia with one focused on supporting the Bosnian government through air power and an end to the UN arms embargo. Signatories included Morton Abramowitz, Max M. Kampelman, Senator Joseph Lieberman, and Representative Frank McCloskey.[1]

People

Steering Committee (c.1994)

Morton Abramowitz | William Brock | Zbigniew Brzezinski | Frank Carlucci | Hodding Carter | David Dinkins | Geraldine Ferraro | Barbara Jordan | Max Kampelman | Lane Kirkland | Jeane Kirkpatrick | Edmund Muskie | George Shultz | Susan Sontag | George Soros | Paul Volcker | Elie Wiesel as well as members of the Senate and House of Representatives.[2]

Officers



References

  1. Anthony Lewis, Abroad at Home; Crisis of Credibility, New York Times, 7 January 1994.
  2. a b John Shea, Macedonia and Greece: The Struggle to Define a New Balkan Nation, McFarland, 2008, p.363.
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