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Sortie figures show that, whilst NATO is undertaking extensive operations over Libya, it could - and should - be doing more.
The war in Libya is at a stalemate. Britain should avoid becoming beholden to the rebels and shun regime change, but ensure that any settlement is a self-enforcing equilibrium.
The uprisings have affected the governments of some of the world's largest oil exporters. In the long-term, however, supply is unlikely to be affected.
After a month long war, perhaps the most significant in the Middle East in its recent history, are we now witnessing a new regional order?
Arafat is dead. Across the Arab world, the news was greeted with an outpouring of shock and mourning that dwarfed anything we have seen in the West since the generation of WWII leaders died.