The EU, NATO and the Libya Conflict: Anatomy of a Failure

Stefano Marcuzzi, University College Dublin, Ireland

 
On the occasion of the release of Dr. Stefano Marcuzzi’s book "The EU, NATO and the Libya Conflict. Anatomy of a Failure" (Routledge, 2021), the School of Politics and International Relations (SPIRe) of the University College Dublin (UCD) will host a book-launch webinar on 9 May at 15.00-16.00 CET (14.00-15.00 Dublin time).

Guests:

Stefano Marcuzzi, former Marie Curie and now Adjunct Fellow at UCD (SPIRe).

Christina Bache, Adjunct Professor in International Affairs at the Brussels School of Governance and a Research Affiliate at Queen's University.

Karim Mezran, Director of the North Africa Initiative and resident senior fellow with the Rafik Hariri Center and Middle East Programs at the Atlantic Council.

Moderator: Ben Tonra, Full Professor of International Relations at the UCD SPIRe.
 
This is a free event.

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The EU, NATO and the Libya Conflict: Anatomy of a Failure

Series: Routledge Studies in European Foreign Policy 
 
This book explores the causes and implications of the Libyan crisis since the anti-Gaddafi uprisings of 2011 from the perspective of the EU and NATO. It will be of key interest for scholars and students of Libya and North Africa, NATO, the European Union, security and conflict studies, Middle East studies, migration, terrorism, peacebuilding and more broadly to international relations.