December 21, 2012

We're Losing Post-War Libya

Max Boot, Contentions

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I don’t often agree with Vladimir Putin, but he has a point when he condemns America’s lack of follow-through in Libya.

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama, Syria, Libya


December 18, 2012
Obama AWOL from the Middle East
James Jay Carafano, National Interest
The Army term is AWOL: Absent Without Leave. Take off without permission from your commander and you’re AWOL. Today, mounting evidence suggests the president might be AWOL on Middle East policy—ignoring, without the... more ››
December 20, 2012
U.S. Made a Big Mess in Libya
Mary Fitzgerald & Umar Khan, Foreign Policy
While Washington drove itself into a frenzy over the attack on the U.S. consulate, the rest of Benghazi was slipping into chaos. more ››
December 11, 2012
Libya's New Law of the Land: Sharia
Jamie Dettmer, The Daily Beast
Most Libyans—even women’s-rights activists—accept that their new Constitution will be based on Islamic law. more ››
December 20, 2012
Finally Some Answers on Benghazi
New York Times
An independent inquiry into the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, has finally provided some real facts and expert assessments about that tragic night. It offers... more ››
December 12, 2012
Time to Reset the U.S.-Russia Reset
Graham & Trenin, New York Times
AS President Obama approaches his second term, few foreign policies are more in need of reassessment than his stance toward Russia. Recent events have eroded the promise of the “reset” proclaimed in 2009. Its... more ››