- Libya Gains Its Freedom And The Arab Spring Enters 2.0 (Naseem Tarawnah)
- Reading the Rebels in Misrata (CJ Chivers)
- Libya inspires the Arabs (Marc Lynch)
- The Libya War argument (Glenn Greenwald)
- Libya on the brink of change (The Big Picture)
- Nato intervention in the Libyan civil war (Edward Kannyo)
- The Strange Calm over Tripoli (Franklin Lamb)
- Top Ten Myths about the Libya War (Juan Cole)
- Libya after Qadhafi (Issandr El Amrani)
- Qadhafi’s Fall and the Sahel (Alex Thurston)
- Libya: Endgame for Qadhafi(George Joffé)
- And the Sun Rises on Libya(Arabic Literature (in English) by mlynxqualey)
- The Soccer Pitch as a Platform of Resistance (James Dorsey)
- What would Gaddafi’s fall mean for oil prices? (Brad Plumer)
- The Last Days of Gaddafi (Yuriko Koike)
- Libya: freedom is in the air (Larbi Sadiki)
Colonel Qaddafi’s last public appearance was on June 12, when he was photographed playing chess in Tripoli with the visiting president of the World Chess Federation, Kirsan N. Ilyumzhinov, an equally eccentric if less powerful personality from Russia who claims to communicate with aliens from outer space.
[A]s rebel leaders said they had arrested two sons of Colonel Qaddafi, the European Union said on Monday that it had begun planning for a post-Qaddafi era. Financial markets rose smartly in Europe and the United States, and oil prices declined on the expectation that Libyan production would quickly return to pre-war levels.
As fighting rages around Colonel Gaddafi’s compound in Tripoli, hackers have taken the fight online to the country’s domain name registry nic.ly.