PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA ,LJUBLJANA, December 16. 1991 (STA)
Ljubljana, 16 December - DELO: "WHO IS AFRAID OF J. BAKER" - The American policy concerning Yugoslavia has no tangible concept. Their stance is not in accord with their stance toward the Soviet Union, for which the dissolution of Yugoslavia is supposed to be a "bad example". The US have been leading a dissimilar policy toward the Soviet Union from the start. Responsible for this is the State Department. Rumors can be heard, in Europe, of conflicting views between the State Department and the White House. The main "architect" of the great American foul-up in Yugoslavia was, with the cooperation of the US ambassador Warren Zimmerman, Lawrence Eagleberger from the State Department, who was until recently the coordinator of American politics toward the Soviet Union, writes Danilo Slivnik.
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