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Libya: Transition and U.S. Policy

25 October 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Unrest and U.S. Policy

29 September 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Unrest and U.S. Policy

6 July 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Unrest and U.S. Policy

6 June 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Operation Odyssey Dawn (Libya): Background and Issues for Congress

30 March 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Unrest and U.S. Policy

29 March 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Operation Odyssey Dawn (Libya): Background and Issues for Congress

28 March 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Unrest and U.S. Policy

18 March 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Background and U.S. Relations

18 February 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Libya: Background and U.S. Relations

18 February 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Research, Background and Discussion Papers

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