Tuesday's global agenda: New day, new questions on Libya

Changing of the guard: Georgia elected a new parliament that's seen as more pro-Russia — and less friendly to U.S. interests — than the government of President Mikheil Saakashvili. [The New York Times]

New ties: Deputy Treasury Secretary Neal Wolin meets today with Burma's industry minister, Soe Thane, and Burmese Ambassador to the U.S. Than Swe.

In other news

The U.S. has pulled all official government personnel from Benghazi three weeks after the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate. [The Washington Post]

Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is accusing the campaign of his rival, Henrique Capriles, of getting drug trafficking funds. [The Telegraph]

The U.S. is abandoning hope for a peace deal with the Taliban in Afghanistan. [The New York Times]

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