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Moral Combat - Nato at War


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One year after Nato's bombing campaign, Allan Little takes a challenging look at the reasons for the war in Kosovo, examining why - and how - the west used force to pursue I what was outwardly presented as a moral crusade i against ethnic cleansing. In fact, he argues, it was an act of revenge on Slobodan Milosevic and was prompted in part by guilt over the west's failure to intervene in time in Bosnia. The west, he says, made a series of near-catastrophic miscalculations and the air campaign was not simply about defeating Milosevic but about saving the credibility of the Nato alliance. See Choice.
Producers Tom Giles. Aidan Laverty ; Editor Peter Horrocks (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/panorama
Polly Toynbee 's view of the documentary: page 16


Unknown: Allan Little
Unknown: Slobodan Milosevic
Producers: Tom Giles.
Producers: Aidan Laverty
Editor: Peter Horrocks
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

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Moral Combat - Nato at War

BBC Two England, 12 March 2000 21.00

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