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Monday, December 22, 2003

Andrew Apostolou on Iraq & Libya on National Review Online: "Libya's announcement that it will close down its weapons-of-mass-destruction programs is an important vindication of American and British foreign policy. After nine months of talks, Colonel Khaddafi's regime has acknowledged the existence of weapons that were long denied. According to initial reports, Libya had the ability to manufacture chemical weapons, had attempted to acquire the ability to produce both nuclear and biological weapons and had ballistic-missile programs. The American-intelligence assessment that Libya was up to no good has been proved correct. Israeli intelligence, which had long been dismissed for pointing to Khaddafi's nuclear ambitions, has chalked up a much-needed success."

The wimps in Paris and Berlin could well learn the value of the right use of power to do good.
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