In an interview with Britain’s Sky News, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the United States must not lead an effort to establish a no-fly zone over Libya. (H/T to Mark Hemingway of The Weekly Standard).
Clinton said, “I think it’s very important that this not be a US-led effort, because this comes from the people of Libya themselves.” She went on to say, “We think it’s important the United Nations makes this decision, not the United States and so far the United Nations has not done that.”
And therein lies the problem. If the first Bush Administration had waited back in 1992 for the UN to make a decision then there would have been any no-fly zones in Iraq. The no-fly zones, of course, were organized and administered by the United States, Britain and France (until it withdrew in 1998).
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