an interesting article about the aftermath of the elections and the difficult tasks that lay ahead.
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Libya and Algeria may soon…Continue
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A new federalism for Libya
Editor's Note: Nasos Mihalakas is a foreign policy expert and contributing analyst for Wikistrat.
By Nasos Mihalakas - Special to CNN
Since the beginning of the Arab Spring, Libya’s road to democracy was going to be the hardest of all the Arab nations in transition. Last month, that process got even more complicated for the Libyan people. At a gathering in Benghazi, around 3,000 political, militia and tribal leaders from…
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this article discusses the federalism option considered by the Eastern provinces and rejected by the NTC.
it also depicts an historical review of previous divisions. interesting article
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The article highlights the importance of proper planning, prioritization of reconstruction needs and strategic long term planning of effective financial and resources management and future economic and social cohesion.
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Restoring oil output key to Libya's recovery: IMF
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Restoring oil and gas production in Libya is key to rebuilding the country and reviving the economy after an eight-month civil war, the…
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Extract from Business in Libya Jan 16th 2012, The Economist.
Some sectors need investment so urgently that contracts can be won straightaway, though foreigners are encouraged to invest or team up with Libyan firms rather than operate alone. Some foreign companies have signed short-term deals to rebuild roads, hospitals and schools. Insurance companies and banks…Continue
As Libya starts laying the foundations for a new future, the UAE may be able to help, writes Tom Arnold.…
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Click on the Survey of Public Opinion in Eastern Libya October 12-25, 2011 to read the survey.
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Country intends to return to Sharia in favour of its largely French and Egyptian-based civil codes - but foreign companies should not see that as an obstacle.…Continue
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