Topic: James Stavridis
NATO's Libya campaign has been hailed as a model because it spread the financial and military burden and had limited aims. But some aspects of the Libya operation may be unique.
10/21/2011 05:56 pm
NATO is expected to end its military mission in Libya within two weeks following the killing of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi – an event in which NATO reportedly played a key role.
10/21/2011 03:41 pm
Many Libyan rebels are devout Muslims; some have even supported Al Qaeda against US troops abroad. But Western support has raised their opinion of the US.
04/22/2011 02:33 pm
NATO ministers meeting in Berlin fail to agree on an intensified air campaign in Libya even as the country's rebels say Qaddafi's tanks and artillery must be curtailed.
04/14/2011 04:48 pm
While most experts say Qaddafi is grossly exaggerating the influence of Al Qaeda, new questions are being raised about its true scope as Washington debates arming the opposition.
03/30/2011 05:31 pm
On the eve of the transfer of Libya command from the US to NATO, NATO's Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis faced tough questioning from the Senate Armed Services Committee.
03/29/2011 07:51 pm
Until now, President Obama has been reluctant to make a major speech on Libya. Now, he's scheduled to speak on the Libya mission Monday, previewed in his Saturday radio address.
03/26/2011 02:14 pm
The coalition of nations working to enforce the Libya no-fly zone are finding it difficult to balance their different political, military, and social concerns for the future of Libya.
03/25/2011 04:09 pm
Defense Secretary Robert Gates last week promised to cut the Department of Defense budget. Monday, NATO Commander James Stavridis promised to do the same.
05/17/2010 03:38 pm
There’s debate within his own administration over sending more troops to Afghanistan at a time when casualties mount and many Americans grow weary of the war.
09/26/2009 01:00 am
Gates picks an admiral with diplomatic skills to command US troops in Europe.
03/25/2009 01:00 am
Admirals and generals hope to connect with soldiers via their own Facebook pages and blogs. But will they tweet?
01/20/2009 12:00 am
At $2 million apiece, the craft poke out only a foot above water and can carry 12 tons of drugs.
08/25/2008 01:00 am
But critics say Venezuela's president is trying to distract from economic problems at home.
01/30/2008 12:00 am