Six years after the fall of Muammar Gadhafi, Libya remains in a chaotic state.

Viktoryia Boeva & Daniella Koliada
Viktoryia Boeva & Daniella Koliada

The United Nations-backed government struggles to exert control over territory held by rival factions, intensifying geographical and political divisions between the East, West, and South. Terrorist groups and armed militias exploit the turmoil, using the nation as a base for radicalization and organized crime, and pose a threat to the region. Social Anthropologist from UCL Igor Cherstich about the current situation in Libya.

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