Skilfully navigating libyas eventful past this fully updated edition of ronald bruce st johns authoritative work includes an in depth examination of the 2011 rebellion that finally put an end to over 40 years of qadaffis authoritarian rule from early greek settlements to the infamous lockerbie bombing and from the colonels astonishing return to the international stage to the events that . This is a useful account of libyas history from ancient times to the 2011 revolution however it is written without passion and without really confronting the contentious issues as though there is just the one way to see history and that way fits the conformist narrative of the western media. Get this from a library libya from colony to revolution ronald bruce st john nathan st john explores libyas long struggle to establish its political and economic identity from the occupation by the ancient greeks to the unrest that has dominated the country since the arab spring . Libya from colony to revolutionthird edition oxford oneworld 2017 libya history in the middle east and north africa 2018 64 th edition edited by christopher matthews 597 621 london and new york routledge 2017. Do you want to remove all your recent searches all recent searches will be deleted
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