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A warning to would-be interventionists in Libya

Cautionary warning to would-be interventionists in Libya: This place makes Iraq and Afghanistan look like models of social cohesion. U.S. intelligence analysts caution that Libya is so depleted by four decades of rule by Moammar Gaddafi that forming a...

By David Ignatius  | March 3, 2011; 4:49 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (9)
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Time to stand up to Libya's madman

BEIRUT -- Watching Moammar Gaddafi's televised rant today -- in which he threatened, in effect, to turn himself into a suicide bomb and take his country down with him -- a reasonable person would conclude that the Libyan leader...

By David Ignatius  | February 22, 2011; 1:41 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (70)
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Egypt's appeal for emergency economic help

Egypt's foreign minister appeals for economic aid from the United States.

By David Ignatius  | February 17, 2011; 12:40 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (19)
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Did anti-Mubarak protesters assault Lara Logan?

Cairo -- The sexual assault on CBS correspondent Lara Logan in Tahrir Square Friday was an outrage, and I agree with my colleague Richard Cohen that CBS shouldn't have waited so long to report it. But Cohen and others...

By David Ignatius  | February 16, 2011; 7:18 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (52)
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Everything is possible in Egypt

The sounds and the images from Tahrir Square today are unforgettable, but one phrase sticks in my mind in this first hour of Egyptian "liberation." An emotional commentator on Al Jazeera English, choking back sobs, said that after the...

By David Ignatius  | February 11, 2011; 11:40 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (8)
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Is Darrell Issa the new Joe McCarthy?

To the victors in the congressional elections goes the power of subpoena, as Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has been so eager to remind the Democrats. But as the new Congress is seated, Issa and his GOP colleagues should note...

By David Ignatius  | January 5, 2011; 6:37 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (32)
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Older Entries in This Category »

Richard Holbrooke, a force of personality, David Ignatius , December 13, 2010
One solution to WikiLeaks: classify less, David Ignatius , November 29, 2010
The good and bad of Iraq's political deal, David Ignatius , November 11, 2010
Palinism's defeat in the 2010 elections, David Ignatius , November 3, 2010
What do 2010 elections mean for the economy?, David Ignatius , November 2, 2010
Pakistan's cricket-playing revolutionary, David Ignatius , September 27, 2010
Obama is the most poignant figure in Woodward's story, David Ignatius , September 22, 2010
The trouble with defectors, David Ignatius , July 13, 2010
What's Hamid Karzai up to?, David Ignatius , June 9, 2010
The U.S.-Israel relationship on defrost, David Ignatius , May 27, 2010
Obama and Karzai play nice, David Ignatius , May 12, 2010
Armenia and Turkey, overcome by history, David Ignatius , April 23, 2010
In Iraq's election, a defeat for Iran, David Ignatius , March 27, 2010
How Obama can shift the health-care debate, David Ignatius , March 5, 2010
The conversion of Gen. Jim Jones, David Ignatius , February 18, 2010
Dick Cheney and Joe Biden converge, David Ignatius , February 15, 2010
In Iran, repression to mark a revolution, David Ignatius , February 11, 2010
Not much time for good decisions on Afghanistan, David Ignatius , December 14, 2009
Peace negotiations with the Taliban?, David Ignatius , November 24, 2009
How cricket can save the world, David Ignatius , October 22, 2009
John Kerry's star turn, David Ignatius , October 20, 2009
Obama's Nobel and America's Popularity, David Ignatius , October 9, 2009
With Iran, 'The Cuban Missile Crisis in Slow Motion', David Ignatius , September 25, 2009
'Victory' at Sea, David Ignatius , July 2, 2009
Obama's Preamble in Cairo, David Ignatius , June 4, 2009
An Obama-Cheney Thought Experiment, David Ignatius , May 22, 2009
Pelosi Up a Tree, David Ignatius , May 15, 2009
Obama's Sister Soulja Moment?, David Ignatius , May 13, 2009
In Praise of Snipers, David Ignatius , April 13, 2009
But Will Investors Buy It?, David Ignatius , March 24, 2009
'We Are Not Quitters', David Ignatius , February 24, 2009
Finding His Inner Eastwood, David Ignatius , February 5, 2009
Obama's All-Star Roster, David Ignatius , December 1, 2008
The Case Against Hillary, David Ignatius , November 17, 2008
What Historic Really Means, David Ignatius , November 5, 2008
The Final Debate: A Presidential Presence, David Ignatius , October 16, 2008
The Debate: The Prime Minister and the President, David Ignatius , September 27, 2008
 
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