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The Libyan Revolution's Hard Reset: A UN Solution to Unblock the Libyan Stalemate
Adel Awni Dajani
Ghazi Ben Ahmed
The Libyan people are disillusioned and have lost faith in their politicians to manage the country effectively. There is now a general sentiment that Libya has to urgently find an alternative way to fix the country or face pandemonium.
Learning from America While Building a New Libya
Ambassador Ali Suleiman Aujali
Libyan Ambassador to the United States
We might not hear much about it, but on important issues, especially those related to foreign policy, I've seen members of both parties work together to change the course of history. America's support for the pro-democracy movement in Libya is one great example.
Why Islamists Lost in Libya and Why Nobody Should Be Surprised
Founder of Sons of Liberty International, combat veteran of th...
The Libyan elections were never about who would win. They were always about how badly the Islamists would lose.
The Tobruk Theorem
French philosopher and writer
Who, having staked all on crushing barbarity, would take the risk of being deprived of the fruits of victory?
Life Without Gaddafi
Libya's Big Step Forward... Then What?
Amb. Marc Ginsberg
Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Morocco; White House Middle East Adviser
For all of the good cheer on election day, there were sad reminders that the Transitional National Council remains locked in a bitter contest with unruly, violent-prone militias and tribal gunmen who continue to roam vast swaths of Libya, refusing to lay down their arms.
'They Wouldn't Vote For A Woman'
Libya Braces For First Election
Libyan Militia Starts Gunfight Near PM's Compound
Libya Bans Religious Parties
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Misurata's Blue Fingers: Indigenous Standards for Democratic Elections
Managing Partner, Beyond Reform & Development
With the advent of international aid and support to Libya, it is becoming increasingly important to pause and reflect on the elections in Misurata.
Libya's Constitutional Moment
In redefining its positive constitutional order, will Libya continue to take the path of vengeance along the lines of Iran, or can it adopt an orientation toward tolerance, and republican-style secularism, more akin to Turkey?
Gaddafi's Son: Libyan Leader Would Agree To Elections, But Not Exile
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