In Libya, the consequences of PR-driven, feel-good foreign policy are writ large.
How the West’s war on Libya aided these Islamists.
David Cameron thinks of Libya as his ‘happy place’, but it is far from happy today.
Why are human-rights organisations arguing that Saif Gaddafi can only receive a fair trial in The Hague?
Far from being a model for future interventions, Libya shows that meddling strangles the democratic impulse.
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The repackaging of NATO’s reckless intervention as a clever war for liberty would make Orwell’s Ministry of Truth beam with pride.
The rebel forces in Libya have not so much won Tripoli as they have tiptoed into a vacuum left by the disintegration of the Gaddafi regime.
The ICC warrant for Gaddafi may make Western powers feel good, but it will make things a whole lot worse in Libya.
Why is the West’s North Atlantic Treaty Organisation squabbling over who should bomb north Africa, 20 years after the Cold War ended?
As the various bombers of Libya disavow responsibility for the overall military mission, there’s no telling how this will end.