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Libya: Are we witnessing a betrayal in progress?

We’ve written before of our doubts about the motivations behind foreign intervention in Libya. Sadly, those doubts are gaining momentum with every passing day. It’s only a few days since Major General Michael Laurie went public with the revelation that … Continue reading

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Libya: A new Afghanistan?

On a day in which news of the death of another British soldier — this time Captain Lisa Head, who was killed in an explosion while clearing bombs from a roadside in Helmand Province — filters out to the world, … Continue reading

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After Iraq and Afghanistan, how can we trust intervention in Libya?

Let’s be honest; this is an incredibly sensitive subject. Protestors rebelling against the repressive Gaddafi regime are dying every day in Libya, and at first glance it appears that anything which might prevent bloodshed would be welcome. Bitter experience, however, … Continue reading

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