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Five Strongmen, and the Fate of the Arab Spring

Five Strongmen, and the Fate of the Arab Spring

Four leaders waved from a motorcade before an Arab Cooperation Council meeting in Egypt in 1989. From left, Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen, Saddam Hussein of Iraq, King Hussein of Jordan, and Hosni
Five Strongmen, and the Fate of the Arab Spring

Five Strongmen, and the Fate of the Arab Spring

Four leaders waved from a motorcade before an Arab Cooperation Council meeting in Egypt in 1989. From left, Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen, Saddam Hussein of Iraq, King Hussein of Jordan, and Hosni

Car Bombings Kill More Than Two Dozen People in Libya

The twin attacks were timed to cause mass casualties among emergency workers.
Op-Ed Contributor: Why Making North Korea Nuclear-Free Will Be So Hard

Op-Ed Contributor: Why Making North Korea Nuclear-Free Will Be So Hard

North Korean troops carrying packs marked with a radioactive symbol in Pyongyang in 2013.
Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Former President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, left, welcomed Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya to the Élysée Palace in 2007.
Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Is Held for Questioning on Libyan Cash

Former President Nicolas Sarkozy of France, left, welcomed Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya to the Élysée Palace in 2007.
Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Faces Corruption Charges Over Libyan Cash

Nicolas Sarkozy, Ex-President of France, Faces Corruption Charges Over Libyan Cash

In 2007, President Nicolas Sarkozy of France welcomed Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, then Libya’s leader, to Paris.
Nicolas Sarkozy and the Libya Investigation: The Key Questions

Nicolas Sarkozy and the Libya Investigation: The Key Questions

Nicolas Sarkozy, former president of France, during his campaign to be named as the presidential candidate of the conservative party Les Républicains in 2016. He lost in the first round of the
A Libyan Strongman Returns Home and Asserts That He’s Fit

A Libyan Strongman Returns Home and Asserts That He’s Fit

Gen. Khalifa Hifter, center, was welcomed back to Benghazi, Libya, this week. He offered no specifics about the health problems that had caused him to seek treatment in France.
News Analysis: Libya as a Model for Disarmament? North Korea May See It Very Differently

News Analysis: Libya as a Model for Disarmament? North Korea May See It Very Differently

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, last week during his summit meeting in Panmunjom, South Korea. Mr. Kim may see a cautionary tale in the demise of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya.
News Analysis: Libya as a Model for Disarmament? North Korea May See It Very Differently

News Analysis: Libya as a Model for Disarmament? North Korea May See It Very Differently

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, last week during his summit meeting in Panmunjom, South Korea. Mr. Kim may see a cautionary tale in the demise of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya.
News Analysis: Libya as a Model for Disarmament? North Korea May See It Very Differently

News Analysis: Libya as a Model for Disarmament? North Korea May See It Very Differently

The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, last week during his summit meeting in Panmunjom, South Korea. Mr. Kim may see a cautionary tale in the demise of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi of Libya.
I Have a Few Questions for Gina Haspel

I Have a Few Questions for Gina Haspel

Gina Haspel, President Trump’s nominee to be director of the Central Intelligence Agency. As a C.I.A. officer she ran a “black site” in Thailand.
Daniel Cohen, 82, Dies; Sought Justice for Pan Am Bombing Victims

Daniel Cohen, 82, Dies; Sought Justice for Pan Am Bombing Victims

Daniel and Susan Cohen in 2003 with a photograph of their daughter, Theodora, a college student who was killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Britain Apologizes for Role in Libyan Dissident’s C.I.A. Nightmare

Britain Apologizes for Role in Libyan Dissident’s C.I.A. Nightmare

A former Libyan dissident, Abdel Hakim Belhaj, spoke at a news conference in Turkey on Thursday after receiving an apology from the British government for its role in his kidnapping and torture.
News Analysis: Trump Veers to a Korea Plan That Echoes Failures of the Past

News Analysis: Trump Veers to a Korea Plan That Echoes Failures of the Past

President Trump said after meeting with North Korea’s envoy that he no longer wanted to use the term “maximum pressure.”
News Analysis: Trump Veers to a Korea Plan That Echoes Failures of the Past

News Analysis: Trump Veers to a Korea Plan That Echoes Failures of the Past

President Trump said after meeting with North Korea’s envoy that he no longer wanted to use the term “maximum pressure.”