Is the Libyan revolution dying?
It has been a painful week for the revolutionaries trying to topple the long-serving Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
Meanwhile, the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last week have switched international attention away from Libya, removing Colonel Gaddafi's regime and its actions from the focused glare of the international media.
So as the tide turns, is Libya's revolution dying? Is Colonel Gaddafi bringing the rebellion under control? Were the revolutionaries over-ambitious to start with? Can the world afford to allow the rebellion to fizzle out? Does it matter if the Libyan regime regains control over the entire country?
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