Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Will a No-fly Zone really work in Libya?

This is a great analysis on this subject. But more than that, it explains clearly why the U.S. is hamstrung in taking any meaningful action. The reality is this: the real opponents to the U.S. helping the people of Libya is 1) the logistics are against them, 2) the international community cannot be counted on to support them, before, during, and especially afterwards, 3) the reality is that ground military operations is what is needed, 4) a good number of Americans are dead against it, and 5) history seems to indicate, once in, hard to get out, never mind costs.

This article is being presented courtesy of STRATFOR.

How a Libyan No-fly Zone Could Backfire | STRATFOR




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