Dopo gli eventi degli ultimi giorni, ci sembra utile riproporre gli elaborati del nostro Lorenzo Nannetti per il Security Jam 2012, sul tema "Lessons from Libya".
Our analyst Lorenzo Nannetti focused on the “Libyan Spring”, leading our contribution to the Security Jam 2012 through its final report “Lessons from Libya”.
“One year after the beginning of the revolts in Libya, and several months after the end of the civil war following the death of Muammar al-Gaddafi, Libya remains a question mark, but can become an interesting case study on actual dynamics of intervention – and its possible consequences – in foreign countries"
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