Daily Archives: August 2, 2011

Nightly Britain bombs Tripoli. Bar death, what do we achieve?

Britain’s half-war against Libya is careering onward from reckless gesture to full-scale fiasco. As it reaches six months’ duration, every sensibly pessimistic forecast has turned out true and every jingoistic boast false. Even if the desperate and probably illegal tactic … Continue reading

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Benghazi Rebel Infighting Explained – Leonor

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Gaddafi thanks Venezuela’s Chavez for support

Chavez condemned NATO airstrikes in Libya and called the North African nation’s rebel National Transitional Council a “group of terrorists.” He questioned how the U.S. and European nations could recognize such a group, and asked what world powers would do … Continue reading

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Benghazi – the colour insurrection in disarray

As Ramadan kicks off, NATO’s millitary operation in Libya is sinking into total confusion, as observed by Alexis Crow. This Chatham House analyst, specializing in the study of the Atlantic Alliance, is one of the first Western think tank experts … Continue reading

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