After the spring
As the situation in Libya continues to deteriorate, John Chisholm finds that the 2010 “Arab Spring” has left a legacy of instability and insecurity across the region
In the past 18 months, much of the world's focus has been on Syria, and then the growth out of that conflict of ISIS. It is easy to forget that Syria is simply the most violent, long running result of the Arab Spring that started with the self-immolation of Muhammed Bouzazi in Tunisia in 2010 and flared across North Africa and the Arab world thereafter. But what has happened to . . .