Libya since 1969: Qadhafi's Revolution Revisited
Springer, 2016 M04 30 - 267 pages
This edited volume provides the first fully comprehensive evaluation of Libya since the Qadhafi coup in 1969. Throughout the different chapters the authors explore the rise of the military in Libya, the impact of its self-styled revolution on Libyan society and economy.
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