- By David BoscoDavid Bosco is an associate professor at Indiana University's School of Global and International Studies. He is the author of books on the U.N. Security Council and the International Criminal Court, and is at work on a new book about governance of the oceans.
The World Bank’s representative to Libya–who’s been working from Tunisia since late February–is warning that a prolonged conflict could lead to radicalization. Via Reuters:
If this civil war goes on, it would be a new Somalia, which I don’t say lightly," said Marouane Abassi, World Bank country manager for Libya…"In three months we could be dealing with extremists. That’s why time is very important in this conflict, before we face problems in managing it."