The making of a pariah state: the adventurist politics of Muammar Qaddafi

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Praeger, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 140 pages
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The Making of a Pariah State takes the reader behind the flamboyance and apparent irrationality of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi to expose his attempt to impose national cohesion on the Arab, Muslim, and Third World elements under his leadership. Addressed to the general reader interested in foreign affairs, this timely and unique book provides a coherent framework for understanding why Libya is involved in international terrorism and the danger Qaddafi poses to the Third World and the West.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Before the Revolution
7
From Republic to Jamahiriya
18
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

MARTIN SICKER is a private consultant and lecturer who has served as a senior executive in the U.S. government and has taught at American University and The George Washington University. Dr. Sicker has written extensively in the field of political science and international affairs. He is the author of 22 earlier books, including The Pre-Islamic Middle East (Praeger, 2000) and Between Rome and Jerusalem: 300 Years of Roman-Judaean Relations (Praeger, 2001).

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