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FYI..A comprehensive and balanced view of the Libyan crisis
Reprinted from Caribbean News Now!
caribbeannewsnow.com Commentary: Libya, by what right? Published on
April 1, 2011
By Sir Ronald Sanders
There has been a great debate over the military action in Libya by several
Western governments, supported by some Arab governments. The central
question has been: by what right are these governments intervening in the
internal affairs of a state?
Some context is necessary for the intervention that has been authorised byContinue reading
the UN Security Council.
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