Libya After the Arab Spring: A Story of Chaos and Conflict


  • Izba Zaheer Resercher


Arab spring, Libya situation, Muammar Ghaddafi, post-Arab spring


This research article examines the post-Arab Spring era in Libya and the complex challenges that have emerged since the popular uprising that led to the overthrow of former leader Muammar Ghaddafi in 2011. Drawing on a range of secondary sources, the article analyzes the factors that have contributed to the ongoing conflict, fragmentation, and instability in the country. The research explores the roles played by various actors, including political elites, militias, foreign powers, and extremist groups, in shaping the post-revolutionary landscape. The article also considers the impact of the conflict on the Libyan people, including the humanitarian crisis, displacement, and human rights violations. Overall, the research provides insights into the complex dynamics of post-Arab Spring Libya and the challenges facing the country as it struggles to build a stable, democratic, and inclusive political system.



How to Cite

Zaheer, I. (2023). Libya After the Arab Spring: A Story of Chaos and Conflict. Graduate Journal of Pakistan Review (GJPR), 3(2), 56–64. Retrieved from