Gaddafi's ghost: The spillover from Libya's lawlessness
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Mali’s not the only country feeling the spillover effect of Libya’s lawlessness as Gaddafi’s arsenal gets spent and fighters fan out across the region. The cross-border attack on an Algerian gas complex has certainly caught the West’s attention. As for Libyans, the challenge is to disarm local militias.
- William JORDAN, Former Deputy Chief of Mission of the US State Department in Algiers;
- Paul MELLY, Associate Fellow of the Africa Programme, Chatham House;
- Oliver MILES, Former British Ambassador to Libya;
- Radidja NEMAR, Junior Researcher at IRSEM (Military Academy French Strategic Institute), Visiting Researcher at Yale Law School.
Programme prepared and produced by Christopher Davis, Mary Colombel and Yann Pusztai