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“Libya was able to take down the regime of Qaddafi but has not been able to substitute it with another one?”

  Political Analysis Report Assessing the post-war Libya situation is not easy. Understanding all the factors implicated in such a context is very difficult. Forecasting Libya’s future is almost impossible. Nevertheless, the end of 42 years of capricious regime would … Continue reading

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Diplomats still in Benghazi say they had long questioned U.S. reliance on local militia

  Even before the deadly Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate that killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans, diplomats from other nations and Libyan security officials had questioned the wisdom of a U.S. decision to rely primarily … Continue reading

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Al-Qaeda’s “Fourth Generation Warfare”?

    Intelligence Analysis Report   http://www.hamdancommunications.com   This year, the anniversary of the al-Qaeda 9/11 attacks on the United States was marred by a series of demonstrations against American diplomatic missions, beginning in Egypt and quickly spreading to Libya, … Continue reading

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INSTABILITY REIGNS IN POST-GADDAFI LIBYA Security Intelligence Analysis A new report paints a rather gloomy picture of post-Gaddafi Libya: fighting between tribes, ethnic groups and rival militia has accounted for instability at a local level; and flare-ups continue to occur … Continue reading

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