Shifting sands — Libya’s changing drug trafficking dynamics on the coastal and desert borders

Summary 

This report provides an assessment of drug smuggling routes and dynamics in Libya and aims to establish areas for further in-depth research. It draws on a mixed-methods approach, which includes the analysis of relevant open-source data alongside data from interviews with a variety of key stakeholders in the region.

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EDMR2019_BackgroundReport_Libya.pdf

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Additional information 

This paper was commissioned by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) to provide background material to inform and contribute to the drafting of the EU Drug Markets Report (EDMR) 2019.

This background paper was produced under contract no CT.18.SAS.0024.1.0 and we are grateful for the valuable contribution of the author. The paper has been cited within the EDMR 2019 and is also being made available online for those who would like further information on the topic. However, the views, interpretations and conclusions set out in this publication are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of the EMCDDA or its partners, any EU Member State or any agency or institution of the European Union.

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Date: 
26 November 2019
Access: 
Open access
Publisher: 
EMCDDA
Geographical scope: 
Libya
Authors: 
Mark Micallef, Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, Switzerland
Document language: 
English
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