Libya is increasingly in the limelight due to problems linked with immigration from Africa to Italy. For the media
and many Western decision makers, the country is more an object than a subject of regional policies. In the
minds of European citizens, as for many observers, the North African country has moved from having a tough yet reliable dictator in Muammar Gaddafi to an indistinct chaos following the colonel's fall in 2011.

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