ISW Debuts Libya Conflict Coverage
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ISW Unveils Joint Tracker to Provide Continuous Updates on Libya Developments
March 23, 2011
Washington, D.C. - The Institute for the Study of War (ISW), in conjunction with American Enterprise Institute's (AEI) Critical Threats Project, introduces a new daily tracker of the latest developments in Libya at www.understandingwar.org. This timely product will offer continuous updates on operations, attacks, and statements from U.S. and Coalition forces, pro-Qaddafi forces, and opposition forces. ISW will also feature analysis, maps, and other resources on the unfolding conflict.
On March 19, the United States launched Operation Odyssey Dawn in Libya following the passage of UN Security Council resolution 1973 authorizing the use of all necessary measures to protect civilians from assaults by forces loyal to Libyan President Muammar Qaddafi. This joint project by the Institute for the Study of War and Critical Threats Project will provide continuous updateson the latest developments in Libya.