In Libya, President Obama Tests the Limits of Military Power

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The intervention in Libya shows President Obama pulled in a multitude of different directions. Is there now an "Obama Doctrine" in the Middle East? What are the implications for US policy toward the rest of the world? Also, Yemen's president clings to power, and a federal appeals court approves what angry opponents call "the right to lie."

Banner image: People mill around near Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's residence after a missile totally destroyed an administrative building in the Libyan leader's complex in Tripoli on March 20, 2011. Photo: Imed Lamloum/AFP/Getty Images



Warren Olney