Posts Tagged: Gaddafi
There's no way for a dictator to bow out gracefully.
Libyan rebel forces have been rounding up black Libyans and sub-Saharan African migrant workers, accusing them of serving as "mercenaries" for Gaddafi.
Giving up nuclear weapons paved the way for Libya's access to new technology, including surveillance programs.
Even if the president led the NATO coalition from behind, he led his country into war from practically another planet.
The complications of the Libyan Summer, and the consequences of the militarization of its struggle, leave unanswered the question of whether events so far are ultimately a victory for the Libyan people, or for NATO.
Emira Woods takes questions on what can and should come next for Libya.
After 42 years of Muammar el-Qaddafi, it is now long overdue for the Libyan people to determine their own destiny.
A call to Congress for a cease-fire in Libya, issued by U.S. Non-Governmental Organizations that support human rights and democracy in Africa.
The Arab Spring is the most profound foreign policy challenge facing the United States, and Washington's response could help shape the course of the Middle East for decades.
Can mourning Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros more deeply than Libyans who are killed be justified?