Reports from Libya are a constant flurry of cities gained and lost by Muammar Qaddafi's forces and rebel troops, and it's hard to keep track if you don't know where these cities are or why they matter. Here's an quick explanation, with cities listed west to east.
03/30/2011 04:04 pm
If international powers narrow their interpretation of the UN mandate in Libya, rebels would have a much harder time making headway against Muammar Qaddafi's forces.
03/30/2011 03:02 pm
The lesson of the past week is that Libya's rebels don’t need arms as much as training in how to use them. They also need a communications network and a command structure.
03/30/2011 01:49 pm
Harvard's ROTC re-embrace may herald a more representative military – if such programs multiply in the Ivy League and beyond.
03/30/2011 01:27 pm
Stock market has done the opposite of a melt-down this quarter, despite crises in Egypt, Libya, and Japan. Without gains in just two sectors, however, the stock market would be far less buoyant.
03/30/2011 01:43 am
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
Members of the Libyan opposition's Interim National Council appealed for support at the London meeting of world leaders.
03/29/2011 07:45 pm
Journalist Gert Van Langendonck explores the history of Ras Lanuf, the front line in Libya's war now – and in ancient times.
03/29/2011 07:06 pm
If Muammar Qaddafi falls, then West Africa would likely see the fire-sale of Libyan-owned businesses and an influx of refugees, including mercenaries.
03/29/2011 06:58 pm
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