As most know another military intervention in this region by western powers is a touchy subject and in one way or another it will probably continuously blow up in the face on any participants. Politicians are debating what role Nato should have in this conflict. One bright idea would be to bring in neutral parties and nations from the Arab world do some work. Trying to remain, at least officially, neutral has now made Sweden, amongst others, a candidate to uphold a no-fly zone in the area. 1. I'm not particularly fond of Gaddafi. 2. the loss of human lives is tragic. 3. I can't foresee any obvious good results after another intervention in the region, but a backlash for those who participate is likely. 4. An intervention may intimidate other regimes from using force as brutally as Gaddafi has. 5. We, the Swedish people, won't gain anything of value, except maybe some goodwill and perhaps sell in our jets to other nations, if they do well. Do I as a citizen i neutral Sweden have a moral obligation to support an attack on Libya, which is in a state of civil war? On what moral ground in that case? Will this responsibility continue and stretch globally as more nations with an increase of economical and democratic issues revolt against their governments/regimes? Has our neutrality lost all meaning?