The main purpose of the paper is to evaluate the arguments in favor and against the international involvement in the Libyan uprising against Muammar Kaddafi and define whether Western involvements in Arab uprisings are inevitable, recommendable or condemnable. The civil war started in February 2011 and the crackdown of the representatives of the security forces against the peaceful demonstrators together with the civilian life loss during the incident strengthened the existing tension. All this caused the escalation of the conflict and the tension led to the Day of Rage on the 17th of February. The conflicts and incidents in Libya became the real full-fledged rebellion that resulted in the international intervention, as the dictator continued to use force against the civil population of the state. The involvement of the international community had a serious effect on the events that took place in Libya and, therefore, the analysis of this involvement represents the high value and interest in the research.
The specific character of the Arab Spring and Libyan uprising, in particular, has had an effect on the series of states that have been involved in the situation. All the states had their own reasons to participate in the conflict and to define their position co