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Dr. Ahmad Areef Alkafarneh

Volume:2 Issue: 10

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Dr. Ahmad Areef Alkafarneh
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Al Balqa Applied University, Ajloun University College

Alkafarneh, Dr. Ahmad Areef. "THE NATO MILITARY INTERVENTION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ARABIC WORLD (LIBYA AS A MODEL)." Int. J. Arts&Humanities, vol. 2, no. 10, Oct. 2018, pp. 554-567, Accessed Oct. 2018.
Alkafarneh, D. (2018, October). THE NATO MILITARY INTERVENTION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ARABIC WORLD (LIBYA AS A MODEL). Int. J. Arts&Humanities, 2(10), 554-567. Retrieved from
Alkafarneh, Dr. Ahmad Areef. "THE NATO MILITARY INTERVENTION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE ARABIC WORLD (LIBYA AS A MODEL)." Int. J. Arts&Humanities 2, no. 10 (October 2018), 554-567. Accessed October, 2018.

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The North Atlantic Treaty Organization(NATO), International intervention, Arabic security.

The international NATO military intervention in Libya is a vivid example of the end of concept of national security, for the sovereignty of the State. It's a type of contain Arab regional order by the major Powers (represented in the NATO), on the top of it USA in the light of its strategic interests; first and foremost the energy in its various forms.
he NATO intervention was based on the United Nations resolution no. (1973) year of (2011) and on League of Arab States resolution no. (7998) March of (2011), in the light of changing of the current international relations in the post-cold-war era and seeking some major countries to use intervention under its foreign policy to achieve economic and political interests.
From this point we can say that, the regional and international environment with the support of interior environment have the greatest impact in making changes, the interior environment was unable to make changes without the regional and international support; which were waiting the right conditions under strategic vision for intervention under various pretexts. After the intervention of NATO and overthrow the regime, the Libyan current situation threaten the Arabic security, there was no doubt that the Libyan crisis has turned to a card in hand of terrorist groups; that have been active in the Arabic countries. Some of these groups sees the presence of foreign forces as occupation needs "Armed Jihad", which really threatening the regional security and stability, after Libya has become as a failed State where it has nothing but tribalism and its political components calls for separation. Even with existing of two governments in the eastern and western Libya, which suggestion the scenario of partition and civil war, thus and in the light of political interact on the reality which will reflect on the future of Arabic security and stability. The study concluded to a group of important results and recommendations, the most important is that, Libya will never be a state again until under presence of an army, security forces and one political authority; all of this required the cooperation of neighboring States and the international community in caring out this task.

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