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(From Guardian Unlimited)
David Cameron is experiencing one of his most significant moments since becoming prime minister last May.
The vote at the United Nations to take "all necessary measures" to protect civilians in Libya, allowing a no-fly zone, is little short of a personal triumph. It may well define his approach to foreign policy for the rest of his premiership.
It is only a few weeks since Cameron was mocked for being isolated on the world stage as he demanded tough action against Muammar Gaddafi. Some unkind souls even had the cheek to suggest that his support for a no-fly zone showed that the prime minister had a James Bond view of foreign policy on the grounds that he thought Britain could project military power with little help.
Well, the prime minister went out on a limb with …