MPs’ criticism of the coalition is deeply flawed. Western military action prevented a repeat of Syria and kept Isis at bay
The House of Commons foreign affairs select committee concluded its report into the 2011 war in Libya by blaming the coalition forces for focusing exclusively on “regime change by military means”. That is simply inaccurate. Honesty compels us to acknowledge that at every stage of the conflict Muammar Gaddafi was offered opportunities to negotiate.
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