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The State Without A State

  Analysis Report Long-time Libyan dictator Moamar Kaddafi was deposed and killed a year ago but his legacy fights on. Kaddafi used tribal loyalties to maintain power and favored certain tribes, and some of the pro-Kaddafi tribes are still fighting. … Continue reading

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Anti-American Autumn Follows Arab Spring

Analysis The brutal assassination of the American Ambassador Chris Stevens and three US diplomats in Benghazi, the cradle of anti-Qaddafi uprising in Libya, suggests an extremely improvident foreign policy of the United States in recent years. The commentators and experts … Continue reading

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INSTABILITY REIGNS IN POST-GADDAFI LIBYA

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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