Libya Tribune

How Russia has navigated Libya’s civil war...

The Backdrop to Russia’s Operations in the Mediterranean Over the past decade, Russia’s return to Arab affairs has raised speculation around the virtual enactment of Peter the Great’s dream to access the warm waters of the Mediterranean...

Dictators and mass murders: Understanding...

By Mattew Davis Most of us can’t imagine wanting absolute control over a nation or feeling compelled to commit mass murders — so then what is it about a dictator’s psychology that makes them different?

Italy Shares Responsibility for Libya Abuses...

Third-Party Intervention Filed at European Court of Human Rights On 11 November 2019, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch submitted a joint third-party intervention to the European Court of Human Rights in a case involving Libya’s...

U.S.-Made Airplanes Deployed in...

By Jared Malsin American military hardware is being used to undermine official U.S. policy in Libya, TIME has learned, as the United Arab Emirates has deployed warplanes manufactured in the U.S. in Libya in violation of a United Nations arms...

Seized Russian-printed dinars highlight an...

By Jonathan M. Winer The Nov. 1 seizure by Malta of two 2000-cubic-foot containers full of Libyan currency printed by the Russian state printer, Goznak, that was intended for delivery to Libya’s non-internationally recognized eastern...

Libya’s Competing Governments Contend...

By Michael Rummel The Libyan civil war has found a new battlefield: the halls of Washington. The eight-year conflict shows little sign of ending, and the warring governments are stepping up their efforts to influence policymakers in the United...