Latest articles on Moammar Gadaffi

The dictator’s dilemma: How to succeed at succession

From retirements to coups d’etat, presidential term limits and opposition candidates winning elections, democracy appears to be making progress

Libya’s rulers to bury the hatchet with Gaddafi’s army

Libya's new rulers have said that they are ready to forgive the forces of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Liberation party planned for Libya

Libya's new leaders will declare liberation on Sunday in a move that will start the clock for elections after months of bloodshed.

What Saif al-Islam Gaddafi’s bad art says about him

In some cases the readiness to inflict one's dearth of artistic talent on a helpless world may be a sign of far worse things to come.

Libyan rebel chief predicts end for Gaddafi

Libyan rebel chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil says "the end is very near" for Moammar Gadaffi and that it will be "catastrophic".

Libya rebels enter strategic town near Tripoli

Rebels have hoisted their flag in a strategic town near Tripoli after the most dramatic advance in months, cutting off important routes.

Deadly stand-off between Libyan troops and insurgents

Libyan government forces and rebels have clashed around the western town of Zawiyah as insurgents try to push ever closer to Tripoli.

Gadaffi regime battered from all sides

An imprisoned Libyan army colonel says Moammar Gadaffi's regime is riddled with divisions and is in the process of collapse.

Rebels’ post-Gaddafi plan: keep the infrastructure

A rebel blueprint for a post-Gaddafi Libya would retain much of the regime's infrastructure in the hope of averting an Iraq-style descent into chaos.

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