"At UMass, as I've previously written, Clark told a questioner worried about the administration's approach that 'in some places, diplomacy doesn't work unless it is backed by the threat of force.' Further, the general said that the only hope of getting action from Saddam 'is by threatening the use of force.' And, in our interview afterward, Clark drew a parallel to former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic. 'What we found in the case of Slobodan Milosevic was that he wasn't going to admit that there was a problem in Kosovo or cease repression . . . unless we threatened him,' he said.
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