Libya’s security sector has become virtually unrecognizable from what it was a decade ago owing to the transformations brought about since the 2011 revolution. This evolution has implications on any attempts to usher in short-term and interim security arrangements as well as longer-term security sector reform (SSR) efforts.
The paper explores the impact of different dimensions of these transformations on security provision in the Libyan landscape. In doing so, it aims to highlight the implications this has on attempts to reform the country’s hybrid security sector, but more broadly, how SSR doctrine can be informed by its findings.
- Emadeddin Badi, Author & Advisor for Libya, Operations Department, DCAF
- Frederic Wehrey, Discussant & Senior Fellow, Middle East Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- Archibald Gallet, Programme Manager for Libya, Operations Department, DCAF
- Abigail Robinson, Programme Management Advisor, Operations Department, DCAF
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