Libyan crisis and the West: a political vision

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Series Details February 2016
Publication Date 20/02/2016
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The premise at the base of any armed intervention is to have a clear political aim. An intervention, therefore, must be assessed in terms of modalities and opportunities - an obvious yet often neglected principle. US, Italian, French and British spokespersons over the last few weeks expressed a desire to intervene in Libya. The two main reasons for this urgency include the lack of a political agreement among Libyans and a fear of growing terrorist activity.

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