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The End of the Libyan Dictatorship: The Uncertain Transition
Abstract The 42-year dictatorship in Libya finally collapsed in October 2011; it took the Western-backed armed uprising seven months of intensive fighting to defeat Qaddafi's loyalist forces. TheExpand
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Libya in US foreign policy: From rogue state to good fellow?
Since the mid 1970s relations between the USA and Libya have been antagonistic. The radical policies the regime of Muammar Qadaaffi has pursued have made Libya one of the USA's bêtes noires . TheExpand
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Doing Business in Egypt
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Libya and Europe: Economic Realism at the Rescue of the Qaddafi Authoritarian Regime
Relations between Libya and the West in general, and with the members of the European Union, in particular, have always been ambivalent and tense. Libya's foreign policy, founded on radical ArabExpand
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Algerian‐Moroccan relations and their impact on Maghribi integration
Overall, Algerian‐Moroccan relations have always been at odds, the existence since 1989 of the Arab Maghrib Union (UMA) notwithstanding. In fact, the UMA has not been operational due precisely toExpand
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Entre Nation et Jihad: Histoire Sociale Des Radicalismes Algeriens
Entre Nation et Jihad: Histoire sociale des radicalismes algeriens, by Omar Carlier. Paris: Presses de la Fondation nationale des sciences politiques, 1995. 400 pages. Gloss. to p. 415. Chron. to p.Expand
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Soviet Policy Toward the Western Sahara Conflict
For decades the Soviet Union has portrayed itself as the natural champion of national liberation movements. 1 Indeed, the Soviets have given support to many nationalist leaders involved in conflictsExpand
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The Western Sahara Conflict: Regional and International Dimensions
King Hassan II of Morocco informed the French press in December 1988 that he was willing to talk to the Frente Popular para la Liberacion de Saguia el-Hamra y Rio de Oro , known as the PolisarioExpand
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