The Libyan War: A Diplomatic History
In The Libyan War: A Diplomatic History, Emily O'Brien and Andrew Sinclair track multilateral efforts to manage the crisis from the first international responses to the uprising in Libya in February to the eve of the rebel assault on Tripoli in the second half of August. The report summarizes diplomatic negotiations across international and regional organizations ranging from the United Nations, NATO and the European Union to the African Union, League of Arab States and Organization of the Islamic Conference. A preface by Richard Gowan puts the crisis diplomacy in context, and offers observations about the state of multilateral cooperation post-Libya.
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