Old Rules, New Rules: The Social Contract in Libya

Summary: ten years on from the revolution, Libya is in urgent need of a reset that acknowledges the current multiple failures the country is experiencing are due as much to Gaddafi’s flawed social contract as they are to today’s corrupt and power-hungry politicians.

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