The rubble of the U.S. consulate is still burning in Benghazi. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other diplomats in the consulate have died in the attack on the consulate.
- Comment 10
The death of J. Christopher Stevens, U.S. ambassador to Libya, at the hands of extremists has shocked the civilized people everywhere. Libyan Prime Minister Abdur Rahim Keib declared
- Comment 18
2011 was a good year for protest and a bad year for government. 2012 will be a good year for both if our political leaders can figure out the connection.
- Comment 1
The flag of freedom flies high across Libya today. After only eight months, Libyan fighters liberated their country from Moammar Gaddafi, a tyrant who had waged war against his people for more than four decades.
- Comment 8
The fall of Sirte and the death of Colonel Gaddafi most likely represent the finishing blow for the remnants of the old regime in Libya. They are a highly valuable prize that the National Transitional Council (NTC) fought hard to obtain and that should trigger the formal transition period that Libya’s now widely recognised government… Read more »
- Comment 4
Muammar Gadhaffi era has ended. But what is the prize for dragging him down from power? Is this a humanitarian war? Is it to liberate the Libyans? Or is it for Libya’s 1.6 million barrels per day output of high quality crude oil?