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Big Question: Is the crisis in Libya Britain’s fault?

A panel of experts offer their opinions

By Prospect Team  

Prime Minister David Cameron takes a walk through Martyrs Square in Tripoli, Libya where he met local market traders and visitors.

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In an interview in the new issue of the Atlantic, President Barack Obama suggests that David Cameron may be partly at fault for the current crisis in Libya. After the country’s former leader Muammer Gaddafi was toppled with…

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