"Victory" in Libya: No Model for U.S. Foreign Policy
Huffingtonpost / Doug Bandow
31-Aug-2011 (2 comments)

...a bitter post-war political and possibly military struggle for control is likely...Having helped break Libya, America now owns the outcome, whatever it may be.

Ari Siletz

U.S. owns whatever follows NATO's Libya campaign

by Ari Siletz on

Point by point reasons as to why NATO's Libya campaign may not have been a good idea.


Darius Kadivar

It Sure Ain't ;0))

by Darius Kadivar on

«La France a gagné le respect du Pentagone» (Le Figaro)


Aka French Leadership on Libya has earned the Respect of America’s Top Brass ...








Barak Jaan,


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You should have done your Homework Earlier ... 

A missed the opportunity of a Lifetime ...


Bon Bisous de Paris ...






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