Lifting of Sanctions Reveals Opportunities in Libya

November 2003
Sea Power;Nov2003, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p45
Reports that the United Nations has lifted international sanctions on Libya in early September 2003. Reasons behind the sanctions imposed to Libya; Effect of the lifting of sanctions on Libya's economic and trade relations with all nations of the world; Implication of the lifting of sanction for the sale of military systems to Libya.


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