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The American reaction to recent unrest in Libya proves the United States is too quick to intervene militarily in foreign conflicts of little strategic importance.
The West African country has been deteriorating since a coup earlier this year, and the international community is increasingly concerned with the situation.
The United States must work with other countries to protect Syrian civilians and help opposition forces organize.
Coalition forces in Afghanistan must realize that while the Afghan army continues to need support, we should not underestimate its abilities.
While an argument can be made for cuts to defense spending, it must be enough to allow the United States to appropriately respond in the event of future security crises or wars.
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak has an interesting idea.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accepted responsibility for the diplomatic murders in Libya.
The terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya should not be categorized as a foreign policy failure for President Barack Obama.
A solution to the Syrian civil war should include diplomacy and humanitarian relief from Turkey, not military action.
No military solution is likely to work that fails to address the political dimensions of the crisis, but the country cannot deal with the security situation until elections are organized.