Audio: Lessons Not Learned in Libya

Ten years after the start of the Arab Spring and eight years after the Franco-British led military intervention in Libya, the Tactics Institute returns to the scene of the crime. As instability spreads from Libya to the Sahel and, indirectly, Europe, Eleni Panayiotou talks to Libya experts Ambassador James Moran, Research Consultant Verity Hubbard and Professor Mikail Barah on whether there is an exit strategy from the ongoing crisis.

 

 

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