The Libyan security sector has undergone a profound transformation since the 17 February Revolution in 2011. The Jamahiriya experience gave way to a period in which violence ceased to be predominantly a state monopoly, and a series of armed conflicts took place with important consequences for the security sector. This article applies the Sociology of Power to an analysis of the security sector as a complement to other theoretical focuses. This approach helps to explain the transformation of the sector from a personal, unified system to a fragmented system with territorial divisions associated with different competing power centers.
The Transformation of the Power Structure and Security in Libya: From a Unified to a Fragmented Security Sector
Laura Feliu, Rachid Aarab; The Transformation of the Power Structure and Security in Libya: From a Unified to a Fragmented Security Sector. Contemporary Arab Affairs 1 March 2019; 12 (1): 75–90. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/caa.2019.121005
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