Video: Slavery and NATO’s Libya Legacy

Interview with Robin Philpot

Years after NATO’s scramble to play a part in the Arab Spring by helping oust Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, the North African nation remains a failed state and now leads the world in a resurgent slave trade. How did a relatively successful developing country reach this point in history, why did it happen, and what part did the US-led alliance play in these developments? Author, publisher, and Africa expert Robin Philpot joins the show to explore these questions.


Articles by: Robin Philpot and RT News

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