Last Saturday, U.S. military operatives carried out raids in Libya and Somalia. Coincidentally, the raids took place one day before the 37th anniversary of a major terrorist act for which the United States has never held anybody accountable.
The language the administration is using to argue for an attack on Syria is morally bankrupt power politics, not humanitarianism, and would violate international law.
The anti-Islam video linked to the September 11 killing of the U.S. ambassador to Libya originated in a web of U.S. right-wing extremists.
The killing of the U.S. ambassador to Libya on Tuesday shows the linkage between right-wing extremism in the U.S and elsewhere.
On March 22, soldiers of the Republic of Mali in West Africa, led by junior officers, carried out a coup d'état against the elected president, Amadou Toumani Touré.
With the announcement of Gaddafi's death, it was clear that the uprising had entered a new phase.
Reports have surfaced about Libya rebel forces targeting dark skinned people for violent repression including rape and murder.
The AU questioned the stance of the rebels and the NATO powers that Gadaffi must go before any ceasefire and dialogue can commence.
Are we being dragged into a war whose means violate the Geneva Conventions? It is hard not to answer that question in anything but the affirmative.