How Libya’s trajectory since 2011 represents global disorder
In an article in Foreign Policy, Libya-Analysis founder and President Jason Pack explains how, 10 years since the murder of former Libyan dictator Moammar Qadhafi, Libya has become a case study of global coordinated action failure. As a result of the current nonpolar global system, regional rivalries and mutual suspicions among NATO allies drove Libya’s conflict, even though all would have benefitted from a consensus outcome. Pack argues that Libya was the first theatre in which the new global enduring disorder played out, and that Syria and Ukraine followed, with others still to come.
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