Foreign relations of Libya

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Politics and government of
Libya

Libya's foreign policies have undergone much fluctuation and change since the state declared its independence from Italy on December 24, 1951. In the Muammar al-Gaddafi era, it has been marked by severe tension with the West (especially the United States, although relations were normalized in the early 21st century) and by Gaddafi's activist policies in the Middle East and Africa, including his financial and military support for numerous paramilitary and rebel groups.

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