As a result, the US and UK are facing systemic crises unparalleled in their history.
Jason Pack is a Non-Resident Fellow at the Middle East Institute, Author of It's the Economy Stupid: How Libya's Civil War Is Rooted in Its Economic S... tructures, and Founder of Libya-Analysis LLC. He frequently advises the US, UK, and UN on issues of sovereignty in post-conflict environments.
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