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The Michigan Daily -- Monday, April 12, 1999 - 7A

Jackson works for release of
POWs beiheld in Kosovo

y.SAwah Lewis
.ilyStaffReporter
With the continuation of NATO
ombings on Yugoslavia and Slobodan
4ilosevic's Serbian troops set to drive
exterminate the area's remaining
thnic Albanians, the three American
Tsoners of war being held in Kosovo
ave captured the attention of not only
m media, but also political leaders
wqrldwide.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson, a well-
nown leader involved in politics, has
rade it known that he currently is try-
ig to negotiate the release of the three
risoners of war who were captured
ear the Kosovo-Macedonia border ear-
ets month.
In an interview before his on-campus
peech Friday morning, Jackson said the
itent of his delegation - made up of
erbian and religious leaders from the
Inited States - are together attempting
o "make a strong moral appeal to
filosevic" to release the captives.
-Jackson said he met with Vladislav
wanovic, the United Nations ambas-
avto Yugoslavia, on Tuesday to dis-
u he possibility of releasing the
risoners. Although Jovanovic "offered
o reassurances," Jackson said, the

ambassador was in touch with the for-
eign ministry Thursday.
Jackson stressed that he doesn't want
a "pending" trip to Kosovo to see the
prisoners to be "used a propaganda
tool.
"If they are released it could be a
breakthrough in talks and negotiations,
as opposed to an increase in violence,
bombing and ethnic cleansing," he said.
But even if Milosevic will not agree
to their release, Jackson said, "We are
willing to go to see them, to make con-
tact." The appeal to free the POWs will
act as a circuit breaker and "open some
small window for the talks," he said.
In 1984, Jackson negotiated the
release of prisoners in Cuba and helped
to free Robert Goodman, a Navy officer
who was being held captive in Syria. He
also campaigned to free hostages dur-
ing the Desert Storm campaign in the
early 1990s.
After the release of Goodman,
Jackson said, it allowed former
President Ronald Reagan to thank the
Syrian leader and revive peace talks.
"Clinton may be locked into a cycle
of violence and pain they cannot break
politically," Jackson said. If the POWs
were released, negotiations between the

U.S. and Milosevic also might be
revived, he said. "It leaves room for
people to say thanks," Jackson added.
He said although the NATO bomb-
ings became necessary after negotia-
tions had been exhausted and the
"atrocities were mounting" in Kosovo,
winning a war does not necessarily
mean killing people.
Stopping the ethnic cleansing, creat-
ing a peaceful co-existence and having
people return home are how "we, with
honor, win," Jackson said.
LSA senior Tariq Hafeez, an organiz-
er of a Diag rally earlier this month to
protest the ethnic cleansing in Kosovo
said Jackson's plan might be worth-
while.
"It could probably open up channels
of communication" between the United
States and Milosevic, Hafeez said.
"Releasing the prisoners may be a good
step in negotiations."
Although he said he supports the
bombings on Yugoslavia "because
Milosevic needs to get pressured into
stopping the ethnic cleansing in Kosovo,"
Hafeez said any tactic with the potential
to cease the extermination of the ethnic
Albanians - including releasing the
captives - has his support.

JACKSON
Continued from Page 1A
has already done what Milosevic's
doing. It's our challenge to know that
we've been there. ... We can do better
because we know better."
But affirmative action is "a strange
takeoff for the vision," he said, calling
the practice "a conservative remedy"
that is not a plan for reparations or a
way to regain lost ground, but "a way to
offset negative action."
The American dream of inclusion
should include all people who "yearn to
breathe free" without regard to race,
religion, sexual orientation or language,
he said, but "dream-busters lock people
out" based on those very factors.
"Look at the world through a door,
not a keyhole," Jackson urged. "Join the

real world" in which most people are
not white males who speak English and
have money, he said.
He used athletic teams as symbols of
diversity with people who interact with-
out regard to race. "How could they go
beyond race?" Jackson asked. "Because
the rules are fair, the playing field is
even."
With regard to affirmative action as a
policy, he said other factors besides
grade point averages have always
formed bases for admissions and that
"affirmative action is a majority, not a
minority" since white women and their
families have been the biggest benefi-
ciaries of the policies.
"Let's choose diversity," Jackson
said. "Let's choose multicultural educa-
tion. That's the future."
LSA first-year student Sophie Liao

said because many college student
may not realize how the issues Jackson
addressed affect their lives, it is impof- r:
tant to have an influential political
leader like him come to campus. :. -
"He can understand certain issues
important to Americans," Liao said,
adding that because he is such a power-
ful speaker "he holds people in his.
sway."
LSA senior Giancarlo Guzman, who
said he came to- hear Jackson speak
because he "represents ideals that aren't
always voiced," said one of the strong
t points of Jackson's speech was that
Jackson represented everyone.
"It was very informative," Guzmal-
said, because the speech included a
great amount of related information and
statistics on "the state of America..;
His voice empowered me."

BALKANS
Continued from Page 1A
Russia could be "re-engaged" in efforts to negotiate a peace
settlement in place of one drafted in Rambouillet, France and
rejected by Milosevic. She also suggested some Serb forces
might be allowed to remain in Kosovo as part of a peace set-
tlement, despite recent statements by President Clinton and
NATO demanding the withdrawal of troops and police.
Kosovo is a province of Serbia, Yugoslavia's dominant repub-
lic, and rebels from its majority Albanian population are
seeking to end Serb rule.
"We are not stating specifically what the numbers are....
We have to be realistic and flexible as we look at the future,"
Albright told reporters accompanying her.
Vedrine noted that while previous peace plans were framed

in terms of only a NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo after
a withdrawal of Serb forces, the Russians "could perhaps join
a force that was fixed, decided and determined within the
framework of the United Nations." He said the possibility of
a combination of different types of security forces was being
explored "even if it's a bit early to say any more."
As the Clinton administration prepared for a week of
explaining its Kosovo policy to congressional leaders who
have become increasingly doubtful that success can be
achieved by airstrikes alone, several U.S. officials said NATO
has standby plans for the use of ground troops that could be
updated quickly if needed.
The comments by the officials in separate forums appeared
to be coordinated because of their rhetorical similarity, suggest-
ing the administration might be attempting to open the door
slightly to the possibility of introducing troops in Kosovo.

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