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100 1  Erdag, Ramazan,|eauthor 
245 10 Libya in the Arab spring :|bfrom revolution to insecurity 
       /|cby Ramazan Erdag 
264  1 New York :|bPalgrave Macmillan US :|bImprint: Palgrave 
       Macmillan,|c2017 
300    1 online resource (xi, 85 pages) :|bmap, digital ;|c22 cm 
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505 0  Ch. 1: Introduction -- Ch. 2: Regional Security Complex 
       Theory and the Middle East and North Africa -- Ch. 3: 
       Overlay and Transition in Libya -- Ch. 4: Libya in the 
       post-revolutionary Era -- Ch. 5: Conclusion 
520    By examining Libya's security architecture before and 
       after the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 
       intervention in 2011, this book aims to answer three 
       questions. First, what were the security patterns in Libya
       within the Middle East security complex before the Arab 
       Spring? Second, to what extent did the Arab Spring and the
       revolution and intervention processes in Libya affect this
       security architecture? And third, what are the 
       implications of the Libyan revolution and the NATO 
       intervention on regional security and on the security sub-
       complexes of the Middle East in the post-Arab Spring era? 
       The author addresses these issues by providing a micro-
       level analysis of amity-enmity patterns, power 
       distribution and external power interests 
610 20 North Atlantic Treaty Organization|zLibya 
650  0 Security, International|zLibya|xHistory|y21st century 
650  0 Arab Spring, 2010- 
650 14 Political Science and International Relations 
650 24 Middle Eastern Politics 
650 24 Conflict Studies 
650 24 Terrorism and Political Violence 
650 24 International Relations 
650 24 Peace Studies 
650 24 Political Theory 
651  0 Libya|xHistory|y21st century 
651  0 Libya|xMilitary policy 
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