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Western elites - the American, British, French and German - undermined government structures in Yugoslavia, increased insecurities, inflamed conflict and heightened ethnic tensions.With the USSR gone, NATO had no reason to exist, and the US had to find a new purpose for its imperialist strategy in the world.In 1992, the US Defense Department, under the leadership of Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney [later to be George Bush Jr.s VP], had the Pentagons Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Paul Wolfowitz [later to be George Bush Jr.s Deputy Secretary of Defense and President of the World Bank], write up a defense document to guide American foreign policy in the post-Cold War era, commonly referred to as the New World Order.Military Professional Resources Inc (MPRI), a Virginia-based American private company of retired generals and intelligence officers.The American embassy in Zagreb admits that MPRI is training the Croats, on licence from the US government.In 1990, US the intelligence community released a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE), predicting that Yugoslavia would break apart, erupt in civil war, and the report then placed blame on Serbian President Milosevic for the coming destabilization.