My Vision

My Vision

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In 2004, the international embargo and sanctions that had been imposed on Libya for more than a decade were lifted by the UN Security Council when Colonel Muammar Gadaffi announced that Libya would give up its nuclear weapons. Further, Gadaffi agreed to compensate the families of the victims of the Lockerbie bombing and the attack on the TWA flight that occurred in the late 1980s. This remarkable gesture showed Gaddafi's commitment to seeing Libya rejoin the international community. In the sprit of reconciliation, Prime Minister Tony Blair flew to Tripoli, declaring that Libya was now an ally in the fight against global terrorism. How is this reversal explained? Born from conversations between Gaddafi and political expert Edmond Jouve, this book retraces the Libyan leader's political and ideological journey.
Publisher: London : John Blake, 2005
ISBN: 9781844541294
1844541290
Branch Call Number: DT236 .Q241313 2005x
Characteristics: ix, 261 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Jouve, Edmond
Parfitt, Angela

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Dec 04, 2017

How come it is not available outside the library environment?

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