by Sundar J.M. Brown One alternative to the closing argument presented in today’s New York Times editorial, is that the United States should involve itself in the Libya situation only insofar as is necessary to effect the safe removal of … Continue reading
REBLOGGED FROM: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/25/opinion/25fri1.html?_r=1&hp=&pagewanted=print Unless some way is found to stop him, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya will slaughter hundreds or even thousands of his own people in his desperation to hang on to power. Libyans have shown extraordinary courage, and … Continue reading
by Sundar J.M. Brown Colonel Moammar el-Gadhafi has ruled Libya with an iron hand for over forty years. As the opposition realizes its first major victory, a paradigm shift is moving through the higher echelons of society. Libyan State Television, … Continue reading
by Sundar J.M. Brown On Sunday, 20 February, 2011, African mercenaries, flown in by Gadhafi from Chad and armed with heavy artillery and machine guns, attacked a funeral procession as it passed by a government compound in Benghazi. A number … Continue reading
by Dirk Vandewalle Two images serve as bookends to the four-decades-old rule of Libya’s ruler, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi. The first is the picture taken a few days after the Sept. 1, 1969, coup that brought him to power: it … Continue reading
by Sundar J.M. Brown Public anti-government demonstrations of significant scale were first noted in Libya on 15 January, 2011. The demonstrations began in the north-eastern portion of the country, an area historically noted as most distanced from President Moammar Gadhafi’s … Continue reading
by Sundar J.M. Brown VIDEO: Gadhafi’s Son, Saif al-Islam Gadhafi, Addresses Libya Our intelligence reports and analysis of the Libya situation is forthcoming. Subscribe to the Twitter and Facebook and RSS feeds to ensure regular updates.