UK Arms Exports, European Historical Memory, and the Iran Nuclear Deal – New Official Publications 21.05.18

University of Glasgow Library

Newly published official publications from :

Westminster and the UK Government

House of Lords Library: The Queen's Room (c) Parliamentary copyright images are reproduced with the permission of Parliament House of Lords Library: The Queen’s Room (c) Parliamentary copyright images are reproduced with the permission of Parliament

Libya: the consequences of a failed state – “Libya is without doubt a fragile state and efforts to rebuild it are complicated by Libyan divisions and interventions from outside.

Since the overthrow of Colonel Gadaffi in 2011, Libya has joined a long list of “failed” or “fragile” states around the world, that is, states riven by internal dissent and without effective national government. In the case of Libya there have been rival governments based in Tripoli and Tobruk for several years, while a large part of the country is controlled by neither.

An introduction to UK arms exports – “A short introduction to UK arms exports. This Commons Library paper explains what arms exports are, what controls are in place…

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