Country: Libya

A man celebrating after the elections in Libya (photo: Reuters)

Lin Noueihed and Alex Warren on the Arab Spring

Post-revolution Patchwork

Columns of smoke rise above Tripoli after a NATO air attack on 7 June 2011 (photo: picture alliance/dpa)

Syria, Libya and the ''Responsibility to Protect''

Don't Look Away

Rebels in Tripoli (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Libya after the Parliamentary Elections

Precarious and Unstable

In this mural, three runners hold up the flags of Libya, Egypt and Tunisia respectively, bringing the flame of freedom to their brothers in Syria and Yemen (photo: picture-alliance/dpa)

Democratisation Processes in Historic Comparison

Arab Nations Are No Longer Onlookers

Tariq Ramadan (photo: dpa)

Interview with Tariq Ramadan

A Revolution in Suspense

A rebell in Bani Walid (photo: dpa)

Bani Walid and the New Libya

A Deceptive Calm

Demonstrators on Tahrir Square in Cairo (photo: AP)

The Arab Spring's Balance Sheet

The Grapes of Arab Wrath

Protests in Tahrir Square on the first anniversary of the revolution (photo: Reuters)

The Arab Spring and Political Change

Are Arabs Capable of Democracy?

Two women and a graffiti (photo: DW / Bettina Kolb)

Graffiti in Tunisia

A Weapon for Civil Resistance

The faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Tripoli (photo: private copyright)

The University of Tripoli

The Desolate Wasteland of Gaddafi's Education System

Women on the bazaar of Tripoli (photo: DW)

Libya after the Revolt

Rebuilding the Ruins of Qaddafi

A young man walks past graffiti that reads 'revolution' in downtown Cairo (photo: dpa)

2011 in the Arab World

No Reason to Fear the Democratic Experiment

Editors working for the weekly newspaper 'Libya Al Jadeeda' (photo: Werner D'Inka)

The Post-Gaddafi Era

Teaching and Learning for a New Libya

Mohammed Bachbachi, owner of the Sabha bookshop (photo: Roas Mendes)

The Sabha Bookshop in Tripoli

Filling the Intellectual Void

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