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It’s Back to Square One in Libya

Six years ago, Libya’s political process fell apart almost as soon as it started. The country was forcibly divided as politicians got buyers’ remorse over their agreement and realized that competition was considerably more profitable than cooperation. Libya’s revolutionary transition...

Libya Instability to Persist as Challenges Mount

Six years ago, Libya’s political process fell apart almost as soon as it started. The country was forcibly divided as politicians got buyers’ remorse over their agreement and realized that competition was considerably more profitable than cooperation. Libya’s revolutionary transition stalled while rifts deepened, the state degraded and quality of life collapsed. Worse still, the moribund process was the perfect environment for a renegade military officer, Khalifa Haftar, to transform...

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Four Years After Gaddafi, Libya is a Failed State

Six years ago, Libya’s political process fell apart almost as soon as it started. The country was forcibly divided as politicians got buyers’ remorse over their agreement and realized that competition was considerably more profitable than cooperation. Libya’s revolutionary transition stalled while rifts deepened, the state degraded and quality of life collapsed. Worse still, the moribund process was the perfect environment for a renegade military officer, Khalifa Haftar, to transform...

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Another Civil War in Libya?

Six years ago, Libya’s political process fell apart almost as soon as it started. The country was forcibly divided as politicians got buyers’ remorse over their agreement and realized that competition was considerably more profitable than cooperation. Libya’s revolutionary transition stalled while rifts deepened, the state degraded and quality of life collapsed. Worse still, the moribund process was the perfect environment for a renegade military officer, Khalifa Haftar, to transform...

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Libya in Turmoil: The Renegade General as a Blessing or Curse?

Six years ago, Libya’s political process fell apart almost as soon as it started. The country was forcibly divided as politicians got buyers’ remorse over their agreement and realized that competition was considerably more profitable than cooperation. Libya’s revolutionary transition stalled while rifts deepened, the state degraded and quality of life collapsed. Worse still, the moribund process was the perfect environment for a renegade military officer, Khalifa Haftar, to transform...

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