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U.N. Condemns Mounting Civilian Deaths In Libya
Libya: Military Effort and Political Process 'A Real Mess,' Analysts Say
Resisting Temptation Over Libya
Talk Show Host, Former Congressman, Washington Times writer
It's tempting to cut off funds immediately for President Obama's ill-conceived Libya offensive. But it's not the right course. For the sake of our allies, Congress needs to be patient in using the power of the purse to correct Obama's misadventure.
Libya Policy Is a Slippery Slope
Sen. Tom Udall
If our military is to be involved in an escalation in Libya, then Congress must exercise its Constitutional authority and approve or disapprove of the President's proposal.
Why the War in Libya is Wrong
Dennis J. Kucinich
Former 16-year member of the U.S. Congress and two-time U.S. p...
Fifty percent of all aircrafts used to attack Libya come from the U.S.. War from the air is still war. And whether the UN and NATO support our intervention is irrelevant -- the President still needs to follow our Constitution. And Congress must end this war.
Obama Suggests U.S. Involvement In Libya Limited, Congressional Authority Not Needed
Obama: Gaddafi Will 'Inevitably' Leave Power
Source: Gaddafi's Wife And Daughter Are In Tunisia
Crown Prince Mohammed of Libya: Gaddafi Will Be Killed If He Doesn't Leave
Senior Reporter, Metro International
Mohammed El Senussi is the opposite of Muammar Gaddafi: he's soft-spoken, nuanced, dresses in business suits and is also Gaddafi's main rival.
A Cease-Fire Proposal for Libya
Benjamin R. Barber
Democratic Theorist; Author, 'If Mayors Ruled the World' (Yale...
With a civil war continuing, and Western initiatives obstructing rather than facilitating a cease-fire and peace negotiations, there is a need for a cease-fire proposal that could be taken seriously on both sides of the conflict.
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NATO Missile Strikes Target Gaddafi's Compound, Say Witnesses
Libyan Forces Destroy Fuel Storage Tanks In Misrata, Say Rebels
Libyan Government Forces Bombarding Port Of Misrata, Says Rebel Spokesman
NATO Rejects Gaddafi Ceasefire Offer, Continues Bombing Tripoli
Libyan Army Ordered To Retreat From Misrata, Says Wounded Government Soldier
Libya Says Army May Halt Fighting In Besieged City Of Misrata
Libya Says NATO Airstrike Near Gaddafi Compound Kills Multiple People
Libya: The Resource Curse Strikes Again
Sen. Dick Lugar
Sen. Ben Cardin
Our energy challenges are shared among nations, and their resolution requires both domestic action and international cooperation. A concerted global effort to end the secrecy that often surrounds energy development is a good place to start.
NATO Official: Gaddafi Forces Firing On Civilians
Libya 'Stalemate' On The Ground But 'Gaddafi Will Go,' Says Obama
Security Council No-Fly Zone: Déjà Vu All over Again
Rizwan A. Rahmani
Small business owner
Poll Of Americans Finds Less Support For Libya No-Fly Campaign But High Marks For Middle East Uprisings
If Gaddafi Had the Bomb
Andrew J. Pierre
A Libya with nuclear weapons would have presented an entirely different and dangerous challenge to the current coalition. Most likely it would have blocked it.
Libya and the Law of Unintended Consequences
Columnist, Foreign Policy In Focus
War always has consequences, although not all of them are initially obvious. In war, as Carl von Clausewitz noted, the only thing you can determine is who fires the first shot. After that it is all fog and plans gone awry.
Libya: In America's National Interest?
Berkeley writer, retired Silicon Valley executive
Until President Obama stops assuming the U.S. military has a blank check, I'm not going to support the intervention in Libya or any further adventures "in the national interest."
What Next in Libya?
Richard N. Haass
President, Council on Foreign Relations
Foreign policy must be about priorities. The United States cannot do everything everywhere. This consideration argued for avoiding military intervention in Libya; now it argues for limiting the current intervention drastically.
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