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The Resource Libya, Noah Berlatsky, book editor

Libya, Noah Berlatsky, book editor

Label
Libya
Title
Libya
Statement of responsibility
Noah Berlatsky, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
IEN/DLC
Dewey number
961.204/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
DT236
LC item number
.L532 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Berlatsky, Noah
Series statement
Opposing viewpoints
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  • Libya
  • Libya
  • United States
  • Human rights
Label
Libya, Noah Berlatsky, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 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
Control code
ocn744303155
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
222 p.
Isbn
9780737760323
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2011034693
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)744303155
Label
Libya, Noah Berlatsky, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 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
Control code
ocn744303155
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
222 p.
Isbn
9780737760323
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2011034693
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)744303155

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