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Largely overlooked in international policymaking toward Libya's current conflict is the role of corruption as a key driver of violence, as opposed to merely its byproduct.
The high-level debate on Libya at the UN General Assembly (UNGA) in late September and the proposed follow-on international conference to be hosted by Germany in October or November are the perfect opportunities to correct this oversight.
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