Libya in Anarchy Two Years After Western Intervention (Part One)

Socor, Vladimir
October 2013
Eurasia Daily Monitor;10/17/2013, Vol. 10 Issue 185, p5
The article reports on the continued anarchy in Libya following the fall down of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. It notes the success of the U.S. and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) military intervention to return the order in the nation through humanitarian considerations. However, the limited military intervention has resulted to the deteriorating order and worsening anarchy in the nation.


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