The Contradictions and Ambiguity of U.S. Policy in Libya since 2011

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The report focuses on the U.S. policy in Libya over the past decade. The report sheds the light on the situation of Libya during each administration in order to understand the context in which the U.S. administrations conducted its policies. The report begins with Obama’s administration constrained approach to Libya, which was marked by confusion and reluctancy as a result of both the 2012 Benghazi attack and the setbacks in Libya’s government transition. 

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