Talk Africa: Restoring Libya

A political solution appears to remain out of reach for Libya since the 2011 uprising that led to the overthrow and eventual killing of long-time ruler Muammar Gaddafi.

In the years that followed the toppling of Gaddafi, the North African country has been in turmoil. Libya continues to grapple with civil war, humanitarian crises, economic instability, and foreign intervention; leading some to question the 2011 foreign intervention that removed Gaddafi from power.

In early 2021, Libyans marked the 10th anniversary of the 2011 uprising. And now Libyans have their eyes on a recently appointed government that will lead the country to the election later this year in December.
In this week’s program we find out, was the NATO intervention in 2011 to topple Colonel Gaddafi a mistake? And who is to blame for the violence and devastating chaos on the ground?
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