The West has never had much use for stability in Africa and the Middle East, and having rogue states run by fundamentalists has always been a better deal than meaningful, long-lasting peace, says Lawrence Freeman of Executive Intelligence Review.
Libya is in turmoil, as was evident in the latest deadly blast in the city of Benghazi on May 13. As all hell breaks loose and armed militias run amok, Western diplomats are pulling out of a chaos they had helped create. Freeman discusses their pullout and further Mid-East strategy with RT.
- ‘Chaos and destabilization as a way to maintain control in Libya’ (rinf.com)
- ‘Chaos and destabilization as a way to maintain control in Libya’ (rt.com)
- Car Bomb Kills 10 in Eastern Libya – ABC News (abcnews.go.com)
- Benghazi claim: who could have known? The Blogosphere (ptaka71907.wordpress.com)