Head of State - I. Libya 1. 21st version of American...

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I. Libya 1. 21 st version of American victory (28) - unruly insurgents & false promises to hold elections 2. Clinton’s broader agenda: create 21 st c. statecraft for a world where social media and instant communication have empowered people relative to their rules (28) : how to position ourselves to be as effective as possible at different times in the face of different threats and opportunities : maximizing limited powers II. Strength in Numbers 1. Clinton – didn’t get US directly involve, but pushed wary neighbors in Libya to revolt (29) 2. Arab League ask UN to impose no-fly zone (29) : Clinton argued that it would help gain support from Jordan, Qatar, Emiratis, etc. 3. Clinton convinces Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergel Lavrow to abstain vetoing Us-led intervention (30) 4. Also convinces pledge countries to continue attacks against loyalist forces and renewed support for the rebel leadership (30) 5. idea of “convening power” key to rebuild US influence oversea (50)
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course CICS 101 taught by Professor Farnsworth during the Winter '10 term at University of Michigan.

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Head of State - I. Libya 1. 21st version of American...

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