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<h1><em>Expert analysis on developments in Libya.</em></h1>
Norway’s experience during NATO’s 2011 intervention in Libya exemplifies the mounting challenges of coalition warfare for small states
Edited by Adrian Johnson and Saqeb Mueen
The seven month campaign over Libya, while a resounding military success, may offer little in the way of a model for future interventions
Tribal rivalries, a corrupt military, and the absence of a legitimate political infrastructure mean that a post-Qadhafi Libya would have to overcome numerous obstacles in the pursuit of democracy.