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Libye : la conversion d'un " État terroriste "

Abstract : [Libya: the conversion of a "terrorist state"] Libya's spectacular return to the international scene, confirmed by the U.N.'s lifting of sanctions in September 2003, is rooted in the convergence of security and oil interests. For Libya, economic and political strife have made normalization a necessity. For the United States and the United Kingdom, given the chaos reigning in Iraq, Libya now looks like an Arab country that might offer new perspectives in oil supplies and assurances of security.
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Luis Martinez. Libye : la conversion d'un " État terroriste ". Critique Internationale, Presses de sciences po, 2004, pp.19-28. ⟨hal-01020498⟩

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