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It was before half a decade that international community began to closely follow the case of Libya, which for the total absence of central power considered as another failed state or “Somalia” in North Africa.
However, up-to-date literatures exist on this international issue are very limited.
It is to fill this gap that this book is prepared.
LIBYA: Unabated Crisis after Gaddafi and its National and Regional Impact is Abebe Tigire’s well-crafted new book explain about the Arab Spring or Arab Revolution of 2011 in general and the post ‘February 17 Revolution’ of 2011, economic, social and political crisis in Libya in particular.
In this book Abebe gives emphasis to conditions in North Africa during the Arab Revolution of 2011; the revolution that ousted Muammer Gaddafi from power; overview of Libya After Gaddafi; peculiar factors that contributed for the relapse of the state in to the still resuming disorder; and the economic, social, political and security related consequences of post-2011 Libyan crisis on the people of Libya and the region, most importantly, the North African States and the Sahel.
Abebe Tigire Jalu is a lecturer at Dire Dawa University.
He holds a Master’s degree from Wollega University in Political Science and International Relations (International Relations), and B.A.
from Wolaita Sodo University in History.
His research interests are in the North African socio-economic and political conditions.
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