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Question

Why did the United States send military forces to the Balkans during the 1990s?
to capture terrorists who had attacked U.S. embassies in Europe and Africa
to prevent ethnic conflict from resulting in broader political and economic instability to restore democracy after several elected governments had been overthrown by dictators
to deliver humanitarian aid to populations suffering from the effects of genocide

2 Answer

  • to deliver humanitarian aid to population s affected by genocide
  • The correct answer is B) to prevent ethnic conflict from resulting in broader political and economic instability.

    The U.S. sent military forces to the Balkans during the 1990s  to prevent ethnic conflict from resulting in broader political and economic instability.

    United States President Bill Clinton sent military troops to the Balkans because he considered the region of the interest of the United States. He said that he sent the troops to prevent the expansion of the war in that region of Europe. He also said that the United States had a humanitarian interest to help Sarajevo and prevent more deaths of civilians in Bosnia. So it is true that the U.S. sent military forces to the Balkans during the 1990s  to prevent ethnic conflict from resulting in broader political and economic instability.

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