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Title:The Determinants of Libyan Foreign Policy, 1969-1983
Author:St John, Ronald B.ISNI
Year:1983
Periodical:Maghreb Review
Volume:8
Issue:3-4
Period:May-August
Pages:96-103
Language:English
Geographic term:Libya
Subjects:foreign policy
Politics and Government
international relations
Abstract:Contemporary Libyan foreign policy has been influenced by a variety of internal and external determinants, ranging from geography to ideology. While some of these determinants were also influential during the reign of King Idris I, others are new or have assumed greater importance during the revolutionary epoch. To understand the aggressive but coherent foreign policy pursued by the Libyan government since 1969, it is necessary to address the relative importance of each determinant as well as their combined impact. Notes.
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