Proceed with caution on military intervention in Libya

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Author(s) The Orange County Register editorial board
Source The Orange County Register
Date March 10, 2011
Quotes-start.png According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies, a no-fly zone would have limited effectiveness in stopping Gadhafi's advances. Most of Libya's fighter jets are nonoperational, and its air superiority stems from 35 attack helicopters, which can evade the anti-aircraft measures of a no-fly zone. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position United States should impose a no-fly zone on the topic 2011 Libyan uprising.

This item refers to the previous opinion item On Libya, too many questions.