Ousting Foreign Strongmen
Ousting Foreign Strongmen. Are there lessons the West can learn from Milosevic's downfall? The US and others funnelled aid to the Serbian opposition and civic groups in a well designed foreign policy program. However, Thomas Carothers of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace warns that the policy may not be easily transferable. Other possible targets, such as Zimbabwe, Belarus and Iraq, lack the vibrant civic society and the previous experience of the rule of law which existed in Serbia.