Libya

In a piece titled 'A Solution From Hell,' the editors of n+1, playing off the title of Samantha Power's A Problem From Hell, take a long look at the history of humanitarian intervention, and decide that it has never been done successfully. The piece is somewhat of a historical survey, and it ends as follows:

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Cheryl Mills’s Loyalty Problem

Why Hillary Clinton's right-hand woman might hurt more than help

Why Hillary Clinton's right-hand woman might hurt more than help.

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BY THE TIME Susan Rice withdrew her name from the running for secretary of state earlier this month, she had emerged in the media as one of Washington’s most nefarious personalities.

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“IT WAS CALAMITOUS for me. I feel a deep, deep grief.” Sir V.S. Naipaul is talking about his dead cat. We are sitting in the spacious two-story London flat in Kensington where the author and his welcoming second wife, Nadira, stay when they are not at their Wiltshire country residence. “Now that Augustus has died, I want to spend more time in London,” he continues, slowly picking at the meal Nadira has provided. “It is too painful to be [in Wiltshire]. I think of Augustus. He was the sum of my experiences.

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  “IT WAS CALAMITOUS for me. I feel a deep, deep grief.” Sir V.S. Naipaul is talking about his dead cat. We are sitting in the spacious two-story London flat in Kensington where the author and his welcoming second wife, Nadira, stay when they are not at their Wiltshire country residence. “Now that Augustus has died, I want to spend more time in London,” he continues, slowly picking at the meal Nadira has provided. “It is too painful to be [in Wiltshire]. I think of Augustus. He was the sum of my experiences.

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It's time to recap the most memorable moments of the 2012 campaign.

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Odds are that if Barack Obama is reelected, there will be some pretty angry reactions on the right. Here are some forms it might take.

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Dan Senor is a glorified flack. So why is he in serious discussion for a foreign policy job in a Romney administration?

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Will Romney keep trying to score points off of the Benghazi attack at the final debate, or has the Libya card played itself out?

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A trip to the site of one of the Great War's great disasters.

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