March 24, 2014

Libya: A Western Made Disaster

Owen Jones, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Who could object to the removal of Colonel Gaddafi? But what has happened since shames western interventionists.

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March 21, 2014
Can Russia Still Act Responsibly?
Christian Science Monitor
Despite its Crimea crime, Russia votes at the UN to honor Libya's sovereignty against rebel attempts to steal the country's oil. The world order still needs that kind of Russia. more ››
March 23, 2014
Let Us Count the Ways Arabs Are Dying
Rami Khouri, The Daily Star
How many ways are there to die in the Arab world today, other than through an act of nature or a natural death? Let me count the ways. more ››
March 19, 2014
Libya Is Now a Bigger Disaster
Gene Healy, Washington Examiner
Libya suffered through an eventful St. Patrick's Day on Monday: car bomb attacks in Benghazi killed at least eight people, and the U.S. Navy SEALs scored “one for the Morning Glory” by capturing the runaway oil tanker... more ››
March 18, 2014
Libya: A Country on the Brink
The Guardian
Morning Glory's story makes grim reading for anyone who cares about the future of the country. more ››
March 13, 2014
Was There a Deal with Iran over Lockerbie?
Con Coughlin, The Telegraph
The West should come clean about who really bombed Pan Am flight 103 in 1988 -- we owe it to the victims’ families. more ››