MEASURING THE CLINTON YEARS
Inasmuch as Gen. Wesley Clark is concerned, I would hesitate to use such rhetoric as 'war criminal' or 'he should hang' as others on this thread have done. He was following the lead of the POTUS and the Secretary of State. Does that relieve him of all responsibility? No. As theater commander, he should be looking beyond politics and propaganda, beyond the smoke and mirrors, to see the actual situation in theater and shift his operations and advise his superiors accordingly.
I hate to say this, but the actions of the US military in Yugoslavia, because that is what the country was called before we helped destroy it, were contrary to the accepted norms of interaction between sovereign nations. In other words, we committed acts of war against a nation for dubious or criminal reasons. I think we should blame those higher in the chain of command than Gen. Clark.
Spase nash, Bozhe.
St. David, King of Georgia