Libya country studies

Libya country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
Early History
Tripolitania and the Phoenicians
Cyrenaica and the Greeks
Fezzan and the Garamentes
Libya and the Romans
Islam and the Arabs
Fatimids
Hilalians
Hafsids
Medieval Cyrenaica and Fezzan
Ottoman Regency
Pashas and Deys
Karamanlis
The Ottoman Revival
The Sanusi Order
Colony of Italy
Italy and Arab Resistance
The Second Italo-Sanusi War
The Fourth Shore
World War Ii and Independence
World War Ii - the Desert War
World War Ii - Allied Administration
The United Nations and Libya
Independent Libya
The September 1969 Coup
Qadhafi
The Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Politics of Oil
Libya and Arab Unity
Libyan Ventures in Sub-Saharan Africa
Relations with the United States
Geography
Climate
The Society
Population
Arabs
Berbers
Tuareg
Black Africans
Languages of Libya
Structure of Society
The Revolution and Social Change
The Family, the Individual, and the Sexes
Family
The Traditional View of Men and Women
Society of the Revolutionary Era
Religion
Islam
Saints and Brotherhoods
Sanusi
Islam in Revolutionary Libya
Health and Welfare
Education
The Economy
Growth and Structure of the Economy
The Economy - Role of the Government
Industry
Manufacturing and Construction
Agriculture
Land Use and Irrigation
Crops and Livestock
Fishing and Forestry
Government
Internal Politics
The Revolutionary Command Council (Rcc)
The General People's Congress
Subnational Government and Administration
The Arab Socialist Union
The Cultural Revolution and People's Committees
The Basic People's Congress
The Revolutionary Committees
Law and the Judiciary
Opposition to Qadhafi
Political Ideology
Third Universal Theory
The Cultural Revolution
The Green Book
Foreign Relations
Arab Relations
Mediterranean Relations
Maghrib Relations
Sub-Saharan Africa
Relations with Western Europe and the United States
France
Italy
Britain
United States
The United Nations
Bibliography

https://www.nytimes.com/topic/destination/libya
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libya


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