January 29, 2017
The Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Jordan issued an analytical study of the Libyan crisis and the dimensions of the conflict in it under the title “Libya from revolution to crisis.”
The paper presents the Libyan historical scene, leading to the revolution and the consequent suffocating crisis that Libya is experiencing today. All other countries, which resulted in dark periods, resulted in the Libyan revolution on February 17, 2011.
The study discusses the rapid success of the Libyan revolution by inflicting Gaddafi and his regime with the help of international intervention, which took place through the multiple Security Council resolutions regarding Libya. Since October 20, 2011, Libya has entered a new dark tunnel, where severe differences and conflicts arose between political and popular forces, and Libya became suffering from challenges. And political bets, and regional and international interventions, the multiplicity of which resulted in the country’s entry into chaos that led to the stage of a failed state with the presence of parliaments and two governments that have no real authority on the ground, which is owned by countless armed militias.
The study concludes by talking about dialogue, which is the most important tool to reach a solution to the Libyan crisis. The general security situation in the country has been deteriorating sharply, despite the acceleration of the United Nations and international efforts in the past period to reach a peaceful settlement of the political and institutional crisis in Libya. The scope of the hostilities expanded despite the dialogue in Ghadames and from there to Geneva and Skhirat to Algeria and Tunisia, Berlin and other countries