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  • Libyan oil: To the victor go the spoils, but not when you 'lead from behind'

    Libyan oil: To the victor go the spoils, but not when you 'lead from behind'
    Because it's the U.S. Army's Energy Awareness Month, it may be a good time to remind President Obama of oil's importance to economic security and the role that wartime leadership and image play in getting your hands on it post-victory. He can't just...
  • The risk of taking on Syria

    The risk of taking on Syria
    So the U.S. launches a military strike. Then what? As the Obama administration and the U.S. military plot military action against Syria, they should be spending just as much time — and arguably more — considering what happens next. Once...
  • Libya's wild ride: First post-Kadafi elections chaotic, hopeful

     
    It's been nearly half a century since the people of Libya were consulted about who should lead them. So long that fewer than 5% of Libyans have any memory of voting in an election before Moammar Kadafi seized power in 1969 and banned politics as bourgeois...
  • In Libya vote, coalition party headed by former transition chief claims lead

     
    A political coalition led by the former National Transitional Council’s de facto prime minister has claimed an early lead in Libya’s national election to replace the government of fallen longtime dictator Moammar Kadafi....
  • Rachel Marsden: Hollande proving himself a surprisingly wise warrior

    PARIS -- Socialist French President Francois Hollande is in the pilot's seat in the world's latest military incursion. We're not used to seeing the French lead the way into battle, but it's becoming increasingly frequent. Some 63 percent of the French...
  • Leaders in eastern Libya declare their region semiautonomous

     
    Leaders from eastern Libya declared their oil-rich region semiautonomous Tuesday, a provocative move likely aimed at extracting concessions from the nation’s interim authorities while highlighting widening divisions in a country still reeling from...
  • Energy watchdog warns against reliance on fossil fuels

     
    The Paris-based International Energy Agency warned today that world governments are locking themselves into a potentially disastrous future that depends too much on fossil fuels. The message came as the IEA released its annual World Energy Outlook....
  • Kim Jong-il to North Koreans in Libya: Don't bother coming home

     
    North Korean strongman: Kim Jong-il limits word of Arab Spring to isolated subjects....
  • Rubio, three other senators, land in Libya

     
    By William E. Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Florida Senator Marco Rubio and three Republican colleagues landed in Libya Thursday morning to meet with rebel leaders who are governing the war-torn county after forcing Moammar Gadhafi from...
  • LIBYA: Ban Ki-moon stresses 'smooth transition,' urges aid

     
    "That transition must be grounded in inclusiveness, reconciliation and national unity - under a new government that can effectively deliver on the Libyan people's aspirations for democracy, freedom, and growing social and economic prosperity," he said....
  • LIBYA: Doctors Without Borders faces challenges in Libya

     
    The Times spoke Friday with Michael Bates, the group's head of mission for Libya and Tunisia, from his base in Zarzis, Tunisia...
  • LIBYA: African Union refuses to recognize new Libyan government

     
    Officials called an emergency meeting on the 15-member council, which they said was split almost in half between countries that have recognized the opposition Libyan government and those that have not, including many past supporters of embattled Libyan...