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Social Media: Africa: North Africa: Libya

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Libya after Qaddafi: Europe’s Looming Challenge
Libya after Qaddafi: Europe’s Looming Challenge
Authors examine NATO involvement in the Libyan crisis and call for an EU led peacekeeping effort in a post-Qaddafi Libya. By Leo Michel and Ambassador (Ret) John Herbst. (07/15/2011, first appeared i... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Jolyon Howorth
IA-Forum Interview: Dr. Jolyon Howorth
Dr. Jolyon Howorth discusses EU security issues including the Libya crisis and NATO. (06/28/2011) Read More...


Opportunities for the United States in the Libyan Crisis of 2011 and Beyond (paper)
Opportunities for the United States in the Libyan Crisis of 2011 and Beyond (paper)
Author analyzes history of US/Libyan relations, current crisis, and potential outcomes for Gaddifi. By Matthew Gannon (05/20/2011) Read More...


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Why Qaddafi Has Already Lost
By ALI ABDULLATIF AHMIDA Article analysing factors that leading to Libya's current unrest. (The New York Times, 03/16/2011) Read More...


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Gaddafi’s ‘African mercenaries’: Myth or reality?
Article imploring sensitivity to the historical factors surrounding darker skinned people and prejudices they experience when reporting on Libya by the media. By Dibussi Tande (Pambazuka News, 02/... Read More...


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The Economic Crisis and the Mediterranean: Mixed Effects, Longer-Term Questions
This brief explores the impact of the global pressures on key countries in North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean. The analysis suggests that most countries in the region are weathering the financ... Read More...


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New Questions in Lockerbie Bomber’s Release
Article associating the release of Lockerbie bomber to the acquisition of oil deals by the British.By John F. Burns (The New York Times, 08/21/2009) Read More...


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Losing Libya
Article on Quadhafi's rule of Libya. (Arabist.net, 09/05/2009) Read More...


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The President of Africa
With his flamboyant fashion sense and Amazonian female bodyguards, it is sometimes difficult to take Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi seriously on the world stage. By Dana Moss(Foreign Policy, 02/18/2009) Read More...


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5 Years After It Halted Weapons Programs, Libya Sees the U.S. as Ungrateful
TRIPOLI, Libya — When Libya gave up its nuclear and chemical weapons programs in late 2003, President George W. Bush pointed to the decision as a victory in Washington’s so-called war on terror and as... Read More...


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Rebel Without a Hope
Behaving like an ageing rock star, Muammar Gadafy is on a doomed mission to create a United States of Africa. By Khaled Diab. (The Guardian, 02/21/2009) Read More...


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A Real Network of Terror?
Claims by Al-Qaeda that they have a functioning and effective terrorist network in the Maghreb region of North Africa and examined. Although a number of recent terror attacks seem to support the claim... Read More...


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West should commend Qaddafi's reforms with caution
The author argues that despite Muammar al-Qaddafi's abandonment of Libya's nuclear weapons program and the state's commitment to aiding Washington in the war on terror, the west should be concerned ab... Read More...


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Libya National Oil Company: A Short Analysis
Author discusses growth of Libya's National Oil Company (NOC) and further expansion in the market. By Rafael Broch. (IA-Forum, 01/05/2007) Read More...


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Living with the Crazy Colonel
The author explains why the US decided to reestablish diplomatic relations with Libya and Colonel Moammar Khaddafy. By Peter Brookes. (Heritage Foundation, 5/22/2006) Read More...


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Returning Nuclear Fuel to Russia" IAEA said.
Libya intend to return back Enriched nuclear fuel to Russia pastly provided by Soviet Union. (Aljazeera.com, 3/9/04) Read More...


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The Qaddafi Precedent - Now that Libya's disarming, who's next?
Without actually meaning to do so, the Bush administration has pulled off one of the most remarkable nonproliferation victories since the advent of the nuclear age: Libya, a hostile, isolated dictator... Read More...


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Libya Substitutes Imperialism's Plowshares
Analyzes Libya's initiative to give up WMD. By Mohamad Khodor. (Dar al hayat, 1/9/2004) Read More...


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No 'Business as Usual' With Libya
Discusses Libya's announcement of its willingness to dismantle its program of weapons of mass destruction and to halt development of its nuclear program. By Mohammed Buisier. (Washington Post, 12/29/2... Read More...


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The Trouble with Muammar
After years of international ostracism, Libyan dictator Gaddafi may see his wish come true. The lifting of U.N. sanctions against the "rogue" state is nearer now than ever. But Libya should not be abs... Read More...


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The Rogue Who Came in From the Cold
President Bush must figure out how to keep the pressure on while recognizing Libya's progress and helping reintegrate it into the world community. By Ray Takeyh. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/2001) Read More...


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BBC In Depth: The Lockerbie Verdict
News and analysis on Lockerbie verdict and its repercussions. (1/6/2003) Read More...


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Has Gaddafi Reformed?
Contends that Gaddafi has reformed and that U.S. should open diplomatic ties with Libya. (Washington Post, 8/19/2003) Read More...


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Stay the Course on Sanctions Against Iran and Libya
(Heritage Foundation, 6/28/2001) Read More...


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The Good Tyrant
Short interview with Muammar Qaddafi by George Stephanopoulos. (Weekly Standard, 8/6/2003) Read More...


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Libya: News and Views (Libya)
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