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2020.11.30 02:19 ididacannonball [r/IndiaSpeaks - Biweekly Geopolitics Thread] Iranian nuclear scientist assassinated, lonely elephant freed in Islamabad zoo, and the story of Gaddafi
Welcome to another edition of the Geopolitics thread, where we discuss the latest news from around the world. Discussion does not have to be related to India - please share stories that caught your attention in the comments. Here are some stories to start the conversation:
Top 5 stories
- Iran's top nuclear scientist assassinated allegedly by Israel
Iran's top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who has led the country's illicit nuclear weapons program for two decades, was assassinated in a military-style ambush outside of Tehran, complete with a bomb-laden truck and armed gunmen. The shocking and bold move has been blamed by Iranian authorities on the Israeli spy agency, Mossad, and possibly support from the CIA. In terms of impact on Iran's strategic programme, it it as significant as the assassination of Iranian General Qassim Soleimani by the US earlier this year. Iran has vowed to retaliate, with one pro-government newspaper suggesting an attack on the Israeli port city of Haifa.
- Football legend Diego Maradona dies, foul play suspected
Football legend Diego Maradona died of a hear attack in his home in Buenos Aires, Argentina of a heart attack at the age of 60. This happened barely weeks after he underwent surgery to relieve a brain hemorrhage. The family has alleged that his doctor, Dr. Leopoldo Luque, was negligent in his post-operation care, which led to the untimely death. Police raided the doctor's home, but he has offered to cooperate and insists that he did the best he could.
- Kaavan, lonely elephant, freed from Islamabad zoo
Following years of public outcry and a major push by American singer Cher, authorities in Islamabad's zoo have released Kaavan, the zoo's lone elephant (after his partner Saheli died in 2012) that was living a lonely life under conditions that were so poor that the Islamabad High Court had ordered the zoo shut in August after 90% of its animals had died. Elephants, like humans, are social animals, and the isolation left deep mental scars in addition to physical scars from the shoddy zoo. Now, Kaavan is being relocated to a wildlife reserve in Cambodia, complete with 3 female Asiatic elephants for company. He was a gift to the Islamabad zoo from Sri Lanka.
- Ethiopia declares victory in Tigray region
Ethiopian federal forces took control of Mekele, the capital of the Tigray region where mutinous federal soldiers had joined local militia to rebel against the state several weeks ago. The capture prompted Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Laureate Abiy Ahmed to declare victory, although the exact number of casualties from bombing of civilian areas remains unknown. Over 40,000 people fled to neighbouring Sudan as a result of the fighting.
- Trump continues to challenge US election without success
US President Donald Trump and his campaign continued efforts to overturn election results in several states in an attempt to claw back a victory from Democrat Joe Biden. However, his team has had no success. Several cases and rounds of appeals in Pennsylvania saw the cases dismissed by courts with harsh rebukes for their vague claims and pleas to declare the entire election null and void. In Michigan, the campaign spent $3 mn for a recount in the Detroit region that led to Biden's margin increasing. However, the Trump campaign is confident that it will go to the US Supreme Court and win the election, somehow.
Geopolitical History: The rise and fall of Col. Gaddafi
In the ongoing series on post-colonial African dictators, readers would think that only the former British colonies had it bad. But the truth is that Africa as a whole has had a shaky relationship with democracy. We have seen how dictators used opposing ideologies - from Communism to capitalism - to justify their control of the state. However, there was a third ideology as well - political Islamism, the idea that the "protector of the faith" would be the dictator of the country. Perhaps the most famous of this lot was the former dictator of Libya, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of Libya.
Libya is an old region - it was once part of the Roman Empire, then came under the control of the Islamic Caliphate, then the Ottoman Empire, and then under the Italian Empire. After Italy's defeat in WW2, it was ruled by an old monarch. Under this regime, a young Gaddafi studied at a madarsa where, in addition to religious teachings, he was exposed to the Arab Nationalist movement led by another dictator, Nasser of Egypt (who co-founded the Non-Aligned Movement with Nehru, and fellow dictators Tito and Sukarno). He later joined the Libyan Army. In 1969, Gaddafi and several officers launched a bloodless coup and abolished the monarchy, establishing the Libyan Arab Republic, although it was led by the Revolutionary Command Council, a dictatorship led by Gaddafi.
Gaddafi immediately moved to expel Italian and Jewish settlers and nationalized the country's lucrative oil industry. Libya is one of the world's largest producers of oil and it is the country's primary export. Gaddafi sought to channel oil profits to education and human development - and it worked. Libya's per capita GDP rose from just $40 in 1951 to $8,170 in 1979, ten years after Gaddafi took over. On the social side, he declared sharia as the law of the country, but also made several progressive reforms such as raising the marriage age for women and doubling the country's minimum wage.
However, Gaddafi increasingly started creating a cult around his personality in the mid-1970s. His so-called Green Book outlined his Third International Theory, which was similar to Mao's revolutionary ideas except that he put Islam and himself at the center of it, reversing many of the progressive gains that he had made earlier. He established a secret police as well as student organizations to flush out dissidents, who were hanged; many of these includes Islamic clerics that disagreed with Gaddafi's Marxist economics. In 1977, he dissolved the state to found the "Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya" with himself as the "Great Revolutionary Leader" with dictatorial powers.
But more than domestic policy, Gaddafi was perhaps best-known for his foreign policy. Libya began supporting revolutionary militia all around the world and especially in Africa, turning it into a pariah state. US President Ronald Raegan ordered naval exercises in what Libya claimed to be its territorial waters; as a result, several Libyan aircraft and ships were shot down by the Americans. Libya was accused of targeted assassinations around the world, including in Berlin and London. However, by the 1980s, prolonged sanctions and American attacks had weakened Gaddafi's control, and he launched a so-called "revolution within a revolution," reversing much of his socialist policies and clipping the wings of his own regime (except himself, of course). However, he continued with his revolutionary foreign policy, blowing up PanAm flight 103 en route to Lockerbie in Scotland, and attempting to acquire nuclear weapons through Pakistan's AQ Khan network.
It was only at the dawn of the 21st century that Gaddafi tried to turn a new corner. He dropped his cause for Arab and Muslim unity in favour of African Unity, began rebuilding ties with the West, and ended his nuclear programme. He began massive privatization and reform of his economy, rejecting his own socialism. And, while he publicly supported sharia, he put clerics on a very short leash and refused to allow any Islamic fundamentalist movements to grow. These moves saw massive foreign investment into Libya, and while there was no political freedom, people started doing well economically. It seemed that Gaddafi would not just be a dictator, but a popular one at that, till he died.
And then came the Arab Spring, when protests against lack of political freedom broke out. While Gaddafi suppressed these initially through massive force, US President Barack Obama and his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton created a "coalition of the willing," of which France was a major player. This coalition joined the Libyan Civil War, tipping the scales towards rebel groups. In October 2011, Gaddafi was found dead after major fighting in a sewage pipe. After his death, Libya plunged into a civil war, with ISIS and Al Qaeda joining either side and creating a massive refugee crisis in Europe, particularly the former colonial master, Italy. Oil production virtually came to a halt, and the country today remains partitioned between various factions, even being used by Turkish President Erdogan in his wars as a proxy battleground.
Gaddafi's legacy remains mixed. He was a political tyrant, but is often seen as both a chaste Muslim and an economic liberalizer (greased with oil money, of course). He branded his economic policies as "Islamic socialism" - the mantle of which has been taken over by Pakistani PM Imran Khan today. Indeed, Gaddafi remains popular in the subcontinent's second-largest country, with Gaddafi stadium being a popular cricket venue in Lahore.
What stories caught your attention?
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