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Algeria Readies Itself For Potential Western Shift In Strategy, Moves Closer To Russia, Anti-NATO Bloc

MAY 18, 2016

By Brandon Turbeville

As the Syrian crisis drags on and hopes of a peaceful resolution or, at the very least, a return to relative normalcy in Libya seem very distant, Algeria should, by now, begin suspecting that it might soon find itself in the Anglo-American crosshairs. 1,149 more words

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Social reform for Libya.

When President Gadafhi was sworn into office as the leader of the Arab Republic of Libya, the people were promised no more oppression, abuse, or injustice. 384 more words

“Sowing Chaos: Libya in the Wake of Humanitarian Intervention”, by Paolo Sensini [Book Excerpts]

DESTROYING LIBYA: WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND

By Paolo Sensini
Foreword by CYNTHIA McKINNEY

REVIEW

“Dismissing the claim that the West’s Gaddafi-killing intervention in Libya, which played a big role in the chaos in the Middle East, was for humanitarian reasons, this book explains the real reasons.

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Algeria Readies Itself For Potential Western Shift In Strategy, Moves Closer To Russia, Anti-NATO Bloc

As the Syrian crisis drags on and hopes of a peaceful resolution or, at the very least, a return to relative normalcy in Libya seem very distant, Algeria should, by now, begin suspecting that it might soon find itself in the Anglo-American crosshairs. 1,158 more words

World At War

Tunisia: On the Road to Nowhere

This post originally appeared at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR): Steven Cook’s From the Potomac to the Euphrates blog. Steven Cook is a Middle East’s expert and a senior fellow at CFR. 153 more words

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