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The Afterparty Rages On
The Afterparty Rages On
Milliband Slams Cameron on Libya

Libya’s failure becomes a campaign issue in the UK. Hillary should be worried, too.

The Afterparty Rages On
Are Veterans of Qaddafi's Army Fighting For Boko Haram in Nigeria?

Tuareg fighters, prominent in Qaddafi’s Libya and Mali’s Civil War, may have been discovered among Boko Haram militants in Nigeria.

The Afterparty Rages On
Egypt, UAE Join Libyan Afterparty

The U.S. ousted Qaddafi and then left Libya. Now, as Libya collapses, we’re annoyed when our allies try to act in the power vacuum we’ve created.

The Afterparty Rages On
Libyan Oil Exports Threaten to Dry Up

Libya’s oil production has slowed to a trickle in recent months, and now the country’s state-owned oil firm may have to use crude earmarked for export to satisfy domestic demand. Exports may dry up entirely for the first time since the 2011 civil war.

The Afterparty Rages On
Why Libya Can't Be Ignored

More than two years since Qaddafi met his end, Libya faces formidable obstacles in its struggle for stability.

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South China Sea Change

The Chinese are pulling back from the disputed Scarborough Shoal: is this a new normal or a temporary olive branch?

Latin Lefty Meltdown

It’s a sign of frustration—and a sign of Maduro’s temporary upper-hand.

Washington's Malaysia Malaise

Malaysia is preparing for its first major defense agreement with China, a sign that Beijing’s diplomacy is paying off.

Low-Hanging Fruit

We need more diesel technicians, welders, and pipe fitters.

Crude Economics

If the Saudis don’t bite the bullet next month, the cartel’s relevance will fade significantly.

Why We Can't Have Nice Things

An expert working on the project cautions the MTA may miss its next deadline.

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