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Libya to “Open the Floodgates” to Europe

Libya seems to want a slice of the same pie that went to Turkey, while anti-ISIS efforts continue to go unfunded.

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The Once and Future War?

Libya may now host twice as many ISIS fighters as previously thought. Back for round 2?

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Arab League Poised to Supply Arms to Libya

The proposed measure would undermine U.N. arms embargo—and an even more forceful Arab League response may be right around the corner.

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Libya: Bomb Us, Please

The Tubruq government asks for an Arab League intervention.

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Defeat for ISIS in Libya

ISIS is reportedly about to lose its major base on the Libyan coast, as a rebellion in the city has it on the run while the army plans to sweep in within days. It’s a welcome—but not conclusive—defeat.

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What the Media Should Ask Hillary

Libya is a mess. Curious reporters should be asking questions about our past and future strategy there.

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Back to the Shores of Tripoli

ISIS may soon threaten American interests in the Mediterranean Sea.

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ISIS in Libya Threatens Rome, Hillary Clinton Hardest Hit

American involvement in Libya was one of the most prominent bullet points on Hillary’s resume as Secretary of State.

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Libyan Ground War Is “Imminent”

Events could be coming to a head, four years after the U.S. intervention.

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US General: ISIS Has Training Camps in Libya

In a failing state, the terrorist group finds a new home.

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Terror in the Philippines

The Philippine president cut short his Russia trip to deal with a terrorist outbreak at home.

The Nork's Nukes

As North Korea’s missile progress proceeds apace, the U.S. is coming ever closer to a binary choice: war with North Korea or acceptance of its deterrent.

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A state-run insurance system would cost more than California spends on all other public services—education, police, pensions, and more—combined.

Energy Innovation

How close are renewables to a shale-like boom?

Department of Can-Kicking

So much for a breakthrough.

The Noose Tightens

As Putin heads to meet French President Emanuel Macron next week, his security services are interrogating a celebrated Cannes-winning director in Moscow.

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