August 27, 2011

Obama's Post-Realist Turn in Libya

Nikolas Gvosdev, World Politics Review

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As the Libya operation enters what appears to be its final phase, the debate is only beginning as to what it portends for the future of U.S. policy and the international system as a whole.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Obama administration, Libya

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