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Libya: what to do with the Revolution?

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overcoming the three challenges that threatened it during the 1990s (armed Islamist dissent, international sanctions and attempted coup d’état), the Libyan regime managed to survive and exploit the two opportunities it had: the attacks of 11 September 2001 and the invasion of Iraq in March 2003. At the end of tactician, Mr Qadhafi integrated Libya into the “war against global terrorism” and built the image of a Eldorado in the Mediterranean. This conversion has been accompanied by a new language, adapted to the standard of the international community in which the terms of transparency, the fight against corruption and democracy flourish. This change is the product of a new “national economic strategy” (...).

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