From The WSJ: “Allies Rally To Stop Gadhafi”

Full piece here.

‘Mr. Obama sketched out a limited American military role, saying the U.S. would help set the stage “for the international community to act together,” and that there wouldn’t be any American troops on the ground’

Perhaps there will be no troops on the ground.  Perhaps there will.

Obama seems to be taking the liberal internationalist, coalition-building approach, which has its dangers.  Is this, in fact, what he’s even doing…does anyone know about long-term strategy?  This administration’s delays in preparing strategy are concerning.

Also On This Site:   From CSIS: ‘Audio: Arnaud De Borchgrave on Muammar el-Qaddafi and Continuing Unrest in Libya’From The New Yorker: ‘How Qaddafi Lost Libya’ From Abu Muqawama: ‘Mubarak And Me’Walter Russell Mead At The American Interest: ‘Mubaraks, Mamelukes, Modernizers and Muslims’Fareed Zakaria At Time: ‘Why There’s No Turning Back in the Middle East’

From March 27th, 2009 At WhiteHouse.Gov: Remarks By The President On A New Strategy For Afghanistan And PakistanFrom CSIS: ‘Turmoil In The Middle-East’From The New Yorker: ‘How Qaddafi Lost Libya’

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