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Topic2011 Libyan uprising
Position_fragmentUnited States should impose a no-fly zone
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AuthorAnne-Marie Slaughter
SourceThe New York Times
Date2011-03-13
URLhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/14/opinion/14slaughter.html
QuoteWe should not expect a rosy, Jeffersonian Libya. But the choice is between uncertainty and the certainty that if Colonel Qaddafi wins, regimes across the region will conclude that force is the way to answer protests. And when Colonel Qaddafi massacres the opposition, young protesters across the Middle East will conclude that when we were asked to support their cause with more than words, we blinked.
SummaryFiddling While Libya Burns by Anne-Marie Slaughter (The New York Times, March 13, 2011) (view)