While Europe Cowered

May 1986
National Review;5/9/1986, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p16
Criticizes the allies of the U.S. Armed Forces in Western Europe for failing to provide military support to the Americans in its air attacks against Libya. Emphasis on how the American government asked the allies to take a political action against Colonel Qadafi through economic sanctions or breaking diplomatic relations; Military and political support given by the government of Great Britain to the U.S.; Libya's promotion and sponsorship of terrorism against American and other Western targets.


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