Clearly we did some substantial damage.
Unless you come into compliance with your obligations in October -- that is, draw down your forces and agree to the peace agreement that the contact group endorsed today which provides for self-government for Kosovo -- then NATO is prepared.
We don't think that a limited system, particularly if we proceed here in the context of a modified ABM treaty ... would ignite an arms race.
I cannot write the script, but I believe opposition to him is growing.
We have a very large team on the ground now: FBI, Justice Department and other military people, ... Meet the Press.
This is a completely appropriate action.
Move to the path of peace or face the punishment of NATO.
I think it's very, very doubtful there would be any kind of final status agreement in the time remaining.
Neither the United States nor Mexico has won the war on drugs, ... But I think we are better off fighting that war together, than going our separate ways.
I am sure the full range of issues involving Kosovo will be discussed, but I believe that the consensus in NATO very clearly is to stay the course.
Only if the dragon and the eagle turn their sights from each other and make room for each other in the world they share, can they reach new and brighter horizons.
Too many Americans look at the Chinese dragon and see only sharp teeth and scales, and too many Chinese look at the American eagle and see only fierce eyes and strong claws.
To spend too much time on it right now just simply diverts us then from bringing the violence under control. It can't be done unless both parties want it done.
If there is a peace agreement, then we will have to consult with the Congress, and the president will have to make a decision. No decision has been made at this point.
He used the most vicious form of nationalism to try to create an ethnic empire in the heart of Europe. He wanted a greater Serbia, and he wound up with a lesser Serbia.