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Title Libya / Noah Berlatsky, book editor.

Publication Info. Detroit : Greenhaven Press, 2012.


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 Meridian CUSD 223 - Stillman Valley HS Adult Non Fiction - SP2Y-14  961.2042 LIB    AVAILABLE
 North Chicago PL Juvenile Non-Fiction - NCK  J 961.204 BER    AVAILABLE
 North Suburban PLD Loves Park Adult Non-Fiction - NSLY-11  961.2042 LIB    AVAILABLE
 North Suburban PLD Roscoe Adult Non-Fiction - NSRY-11  961.2042 LIB    AVAILABLE
Description 222 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Opposing viewpoints
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-205) and index.
Contents Ch. 1. What is the status of human rights issues in Libya? -- Libya has made significant progress in human rights / UN Human Rights Council -- Libya's human rights record remains poor / US Department of State -- Libya has paid academics to deliberately whitewash its human rights record / David Corn and Siddhartha Mahanta -- Libya's attacks on civilians are a violation of human rights / Human Rights Watch -- Ch. 2. How have WMDs and terrorism affected Libya's international status? -- Libya gained diplomatic benefits by abandoning WMDs / Eben Kaplan -- Libya left itself open to invasion by abandoning WMDs / Paula A. DeSutter -- Libya abandoned WMDs because of the war in Iraq / Clifton Chadwick -- Libya abandoned WMDs because of intelligence, diplomacy, and force / Judith Miller -- The Libyan war may be a major boost for terrorism / Scott Stewart -- It is wrong to release the Lockerbie bomber / Mohamed Eljahmi -- Libya was framed in the Lockerbie bombing / Linda S. Heard -- Ch. 3. What issues impact Libya's resistance movement? -- The U.S. should arm Libyan rebels / Amir Taheri -- Arming Libyan rebels would be dangerous / Daniel R. DePetris -- The rebels can accept peace only if Gaddafi steps down / US Africa Online -- The rebels should have accepted a peace deal and negotiations with Gaddafi / Michael J.K. Bokor -- Negotiating Gaddafi's departure will be extremely difficult / Mark Kersten -- Ch. 4. What should the U.S. role in Libya be? -- The United States should intervene in Libya for pragmatic and humanitarian reasons / James Traub -- The United States should not intervene in Libya / Steve Chapman -- U.S. intervention in Libya is based on imperialist motives / Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya -- U.S. intervention in Libya has nothing to do with imperialism / Ian Williams -- The United States should not lead in Libya / Graham Allison -- The European Union, not NATO, should lead in Libya / Sarwar Kashmeri -- Without US leadership, the Libyan mission is failing / Robert Burns.
Subject Human rights -- Libya.
Libya -- Politics and government -- 1969-
Libya -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- Libya.
Added Author Berlatsky, Noah.
ISBN 9780737760316 hardcover
0737760311 hardcover
9780737760323 paperback
073776032X paperback

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