Rajan Menon, department chair of international relations, wrote a commentary published in today’s The National Interest, a leading online and print publication covering U.S.-international relations.
Menon, a frequent contributor to national media on world politics and security, traces the long road to stability that awaits a nation reeling from four decades of rule by recently ousted dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
“For Libyans, and the states and international organizations that have pledged to support them in the post-conflict phase, the wartime obstacles will prove to be the easy part,” said Menon.
Menon is author of The End of Alliances (2008).
The article from the Sept. 23, 2011, issue of The National Interest can be found here:
“The Worst Is Yet to Come In Libya”
Story by Jordan Reese
Posted on Friday, September 23, 2011