6 Cited in Mirella Bianco, Gadhafi: Voice from the Desert (London: Longman, 1975), pp. 67–68.
6 Cited in Mirella Bianco, Gadhafi: Voice from the Desert (London: Longman, 1975), pp.
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Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Originally published as "Kadhafi: Messager Du Desert" in 1974.
Not Now. The voice from the desert.
Gadafi, Voice from the Desert, Mirella Bianco, Page . . When asked about how he was brought up Brother Qadhafi said .
page 198 note 1 Bianco, Mirella, Gadafi: voice from the desert (London, 1975), p. 95, quoted by Henry, Clement, ‘Qadhafi as Rousseau's Legislator?’, Confrence on the Green Book, Benghazi, 1–310 1979. It is Henry's thesis that when Qadhafi plays Rousseau's rôle of legislator, this both legitimates his activities and shields him from criticism. page 198 note 2 Henry, op. cit. p. 10. page 199 note 1 MacPherson, C. The Life and Times of Liberal Democracy (London, 1977), p. 98. page 199 note 2 Ibid. page 199 note 3 Ibid.
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The book, which argues Bosnia . But that was the easy bit compared with thwarting this wily desert despot. He may have lost swathes of his country, been deserted by allies and have only the remnants of his air force remaining.
The book, which argues Bosnia ranks alongside Munich and Suez in the litany of Conservative foreign policy disasters, underlines that doing nothing can be a fateful choice. Now Cameron, always prepared to take big risks in pursuit of his political goals, has made the fateful choice of stopping Gaddafi in his tracks. His creation of an international coalition was a personal triumph. Gaddafi should never be under-estimated.
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The book will enable the international intellectual and policy-making elite to understand Qadhafi as an individual thinker rather than leader of a state. 13. Bianco, Mirella, Gadafi: Voice from the Desert (New York: Longman, 1974). The book will allow the reader to hear Qadhafi elaborate in his own words, and in conversation with renowned international experts, his core ideas on individual freedom, direct democracy vs. representative democracy, the role of state and religion, the challenge of implementing direct democracy in the modern world and other topics.