Tag Archives: Libya

A Federated Libya?

The apparent chaos, conflict, and social strife evident in the world stimulates calls for political solutions. Various think tanks, government agencies, and international bodies have offered solutions to a range of crises dominating the headlines. One such crisis is the … Continue reading

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Seymour Hersh Links Turkey to Benghazi, Syria and Sarin

Seymour Hersh Links Turkey to Benghazi, Syria and Sarin. The tangled web is unravelling…

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Right Mindedness & Free Speech

Takuan Soho, the Zen monk and mentor to the famous Japanese swordsman Miyamoto Musashi, wrote extensively on the importance of “right mindedness” in the realm of military strategy and tactics. His deep wisdom and wise counsel led him to become … Continue reading

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Sophisticated explosive attacks in Libya

Sophisticated explosive attacks for assassination and diversions to facilitate a prison break…elaborate planning for Benghazi forces looking to secede from Tripoli… {Libya should actually be three distinct automous areas.  Qaddafi was able to hold the regions together through a combination … Continue reading

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Private Militias in Libya

Libya is ruled by the gun: “Though Gaddafi is dead, Libya is far from at peace. It is controlled by an intricate network of armed militias, some opportunistic or purely criminal but most representing powerful regions or tribes.” “the National … Continue reading

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