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Major General Lewis Mackenzie on Keeping Peace in Bosnia

Mackenzie commanded the United Nations Peacekeeping force in the former Yugoslavia until he retired in 1993. Since then, Mackenzie has been critical of the UN's ability to command and control its forces. He talks about the state of humanitarian efforts in Sarajevo.


Other segments from the episode on June 15, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 15, 1995: Interview with Lewis Mackenzie; Review of the television show "Primetime Live."


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