Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
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Monday, March 7, 2011
Image via Wikipedia//Gaddafi and the "friend" Putin
Trying to answer this question while looking at some recent news and reports regarding the support the regime from Tripoli enjoyed at various international and academic levels.
For example, LSE wasn't alone in its support for Gaddafi and his family. Michigan State University too contributed to the training of Libyan officials. Additionally, an impressive lobby was mobilized in the last decade for improving the image of the tribe-man on the international stage. And Tony Blair's "friendship" is well-known, isn't it?
The fights continue in Libya.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Image via Wikipedia//The UN headquarters in NY
As you probably know, Mr. Mu'ammar Abu Minyar al-Qaddhafi is still in power, continuing to kill its "beloved" people.
The protests and the international reactions, step-by-step, from The Telegraph.
Fights continues over the country and in the oil city of Brega. Tripoli is still in the control of Gaddafi's loyals.
The international world - a couple of month ago, not saying one single word against the terrorist - is asking him to go.
The flow of people continues in another serious humanitarian crisis...
- Libya threatened Petro-Canada operations (cbc.ca)
- Libya: rebels in desperate battle to hold ground - Telegraph.co.uk (news.google.com)
- Arab League calls on Libya to halt violence - Xinhua (news.google.com)