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IISS: Forging a democracy from Libya's jamahiriya
The latest Strategic Comment from the International Institute for Strategic Studies highlights that even as Libya's revolutionaries battle to secure control over the final pro-Gadhafi strongholds within the country, steps have begun to try to ensure a peaceful transition to democracy.
There have been promising signs; however, many significant challenges remain on the road to a just, stable and durable state, after 42 years of Muammar Gadhafi's dictatorship.
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