Saturday, April 02, 2011

Washington Post Suggests Libyan Stalemate a Likely Outcome and Explains Consequences

With more and more thinking that a stalemate is a likely outcome in Libya, what will these do to the B.O.'s statement that Gaddafi has to go?   And if a stalemate is the outcome, what are financial cost implications for the U.S. and others?   Either way, things don't look good.  Take a look.

Stalemate in Libya increasingly viewed as a likely outcome - The Washington Post



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