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Book Review: The Fifth Republic: French Political Life
More than 50 years have come by since the creation of French Fifth Republic 1958. France has turned into something new. The system of government has endowed France with both a political and a constitutional stability allowing a major political change in 1981 and three co-habitations.

The Libyan: A Story of Love in Gaddafi’s Libya
The Libyan by Esther Kofod tells the story of Lina and Kamal who meet while studying in Washington, fall in love, marry and begin their married life in Gaddafi’s Libya.

A Tourist In The Arab Spring
“The dictators had gone. Many kilometres of sand, a multitude of debate and an unknown future lay ahead.” That is how Tom Chesshyre concludes his fascinating book A Tourist in the Arab Spring.

INTERVIEW: Patrick Maher, Author of Pleng’s Song: It is the Human Spirit, Resilience What Matters
The Tripoli Post had the opportunity to interview author Patrick Maher via email recently. Maher's most recent novel, Pleng's Song, has gained international recognition for its style of simplicity and intrinsic optimistic tone that is an ode to humanity's will to survive.

From Libya to Mali: In the Heart of the New Jihad
This is the story of a journey that should remain confidential, as well as all my previous missions. But faced with what I found, silence is no longer an option.

Author of Exit the Colonel Criticises Lack of Aid to New Libya
In his new book. Ethan Chorin, a long time Middle East scholar and one of the first American diplomats posted to Libya after the lifting of international sanctions, goes well beyond recent reporting on the Arab Spring to link the Libyan uprising to a flawed reform process, egregious human rights abuses, regional disparities, and inconsistent stories spun by Libya and the West to justify the Gaddafi regime's “rehabilitation.”

Political Alienation in Libya: Assessing Citizens' Political Attitude and Behaviour
This is Dr Mabrouka al-Werfalli's timely offering for readers to gain a better understanding of Libya's complex political, social and economic milieu in the wake of the 2011 revolution

Book Review: By Sonia Mansour Robaey: The Unmaking of The Middle East: A History of Western Disorder in Arab Lands
The perspective provides us with the necessary links from the past to understand the present as we come to see the region in an ongoing process of destabilisation and fragmentation, still waiting for the moment of its emancipation and pacification, a century after the breakdown of the Ottoman Empire.


Morgan Strong's Book Exploring Pro Israeli Slant in US Media
Morgan Strong a contributing editor at The Tripoli Post has written a book exploring the role of the Israeli lobby and the American Media and their role in distorting, and subordinating the Arab grievances in favour of Israel.

Book Review of Lindsey Hilsum's Sandstorm
An award-winning international journalist, Lindsey Hilsum's Sandstorm tells Libya's story under Moammar Gaddafi's bizarre and brutal rule. Hilsum writes with benevolence and offers a historical reportage of the dictator's destructive disintegration of the organs of the Libyan state.

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  From Libya to Mali: In the Heart of the New Jihad  
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INTERVIEW: Patrick Maher, Author of Pleng’s Song: It is the Human Spirit, Resilience What Matters
The Tripoli Post had the opportunity to interview author Patrick Maher via email recently. Maher's most recent novel, Pleng's Song, has gained international recognition for its style of simplicity and intrinsic optimistic tone that is an ode to humanity's will to survive.

Author of Exit the Colonel Criticises Lack of Aid to New Libya
In his new book. Ethan Chorin, a long time Middle East scholar and one of the first American diplomats posted to Libya after the lifting of international sanctions, goes well beyond recent reporting on the Arab Spring to link the Libyan uprising to a flawed reform process, egregious human rights abuses, regional disparities, and inconsistent stories spun by Libya and the West to justify the Gaddafi regime's “rehabilitation.”

 

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