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_creationDateDatetimeSeptember 1, 2011 12:33:08 PM
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Intervention after Libya

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TopicPage2011 Libyan uprising
Position_fragmentStringUnited States should not have intervened
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United States should not have intervened

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SourcePageThe Guardian
DateDateAugust 24, 2011
URLURLhttp://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/aug/23/libya-foreign-policy-intervention
QuoteTextLibya was the classic "far-off country of which we know little". Except that this time, of course in very different circumstances, we decided to do our bit. Because it was a close argument, there should be no point-scoring now. Critics and supporters of the intervention should be able to join in agreeing that it was a close-run thing, that we are lucky it has turned out, so far, reasonably well, and that the story is far from over.
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Intervention after Libya by The Guardian editorial board (The Guardian, August 24, 2011) (view)