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Global Insider: At Least 10 Years Needed to Build Up Libya’s Army and Police

Friday, May 24, 2013

The Libyan city of Benghazi saw a string of bombings early this month, highlighting Libya’s remaining internal security challenges two years after the fall of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi. In an email interview, William Lawrence, director of International Crisis Group’s North Africa project, explained the landscape of Libya’s armed groups and the international role in security sector reform.

WPR: What are the main armed groups currently operating in Libya, and what are their goals? ...

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