Is Libya NATO’s future?
As NATO members are currently gathered in London to discuss NATO’s future, Ethan Chorin argues in an article published with Forbes on 3 December that the Libyan crisis should be at the heart of NATO’s agenda. For Chorin,
“what happens next in Libya is immediately relevant to core NATO interests including combatting terrorism, addressing Europe’s migrant crisis, curbing Russian opportunism in the Middle East”
For Chorin, NATO may be the only organization with the capacity to push forward a solution to the persisting Libyan crisis. Chorin puts forward a controversial view, given the numerous critics NATO received following its initial intervention in Libya in response to Gaddafi, which led to the dictator’s fall and the subsequent period of chaos and tensions.
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