Tag Archives | Rebels

From Libya to Mali: Triumphs and Consequences

Bonny Ibhawoh, associate professor at McMaster University, describes how a lack of international action in post-Gadhafi Libya has exacerbated the conflict in Mali.

Behind the Coup in Mali

On the ground in Bamako, development expert Hervé Bisseleua speaks to The Mark about the rebel massacre of government soldiers that set the stage for the coup.

Bouazizi for Time’s Person of the Year

It was Bouazizi’s stunning act of self-immolation that touched off the revolutions that now promise a future of freedom for citizens of the Arab world.

A Revolution in Disarray

Having failed to solidify their gains early on, the Egyptian protest movement wades into ever murkier waters.

Saif al-Islam Gadhafi Captured by Rebels

Gadhafi’s son and key accomplice had been in hiding since the takeover of Tripoli.

9/11 Changed the Law and Ethics of War

From the authorization of the use of force to the legitimacy of military action against non-state actors, the lingering legacy of 9/11.

The View From Benghazi

The West may be fretting over the Libyan mission, but many in Benghazi see steady progress.