Articles By Justin Marozzi
 
December 2012
Devotees of Patrick Leigh Fermor celebrate the charismatic writer and adventurer with a tour of his Mayfair haunts
 
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October 2011
Under Gaddafi, Libya was plagued by xenophobic attacks. But now its citizens are reveling in their new-found racial freedom
 
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September 2011
Libya will not be another Iraq. The doom-mongers in the Western media would be wise to focus on Libya's massive business potential
 
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July/August 2011
The last of the wartime travel writers, Patrick Leigh Fermor, may have departed the scene, but the genre he graced is still thriving
 
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June 2011
Benghazi is bust. The UK government is needlessly witholding funds from the Libyan rebels as they battle Gaddafi's forces. It must free the money now
 
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May 2011
'More than 40 years later, it is immensely moving to see — and share — the delight of the countless brave Libyans whose revolution is bringing this unspeakable regime to an end'
 
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July/August 2010
British businesses are nowhere to be seen in Iraq, unlike the companies of those countries that opposed the war
 
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March 2010

‘The fighting in Somalia can no longer be dismissed as an obscure domestic struggle in an unimportant country of no wider relevance to the world. The crackle of machinegun fire in Mogadishu, the regular thwump of mortars, the ground-shaking shelling by Amisom tanks and the sporadic suicide attacks by delusional youths represent the frontline in the international fight against al-Qaeda.’

 
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January/February 2010
The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk, translated by Maureen Freely
 
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June 2009
What is the Royal Geographical Society for — exploration or ‘post-socialist urban identities'?
 
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December 2008
The Armistice commemorations in Ypres: Remembrance cannot cure us of the instinct for war, but it can help to restrain us
 
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September 2008
Rarely have expectations and realistic possibilities been so ill-matched as in Sudan
 
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About Justin Marozzi

Justin Marozzi is a travel writer, historian, journalist and political risk and security consultant. He is the author of South from Barbary (HarperCollins), a travel history of Libya and is writing a history of Baghdad.

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