Charles Moore Charles Moore

The Spectator’s Notes | 4 June 2011

It remains a risky thing to say, but is it possible that, in Libya, the West may be about to have a foreign policy success on its hands? Criticism of the Nato bombings has been based on the idea that the allies had no real knowledge of what they were doing.

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