Libya Tribune

Analyses

Tarhuna, Mass Graves, And Libya’s...

By Jalel Harchaoui Last month, forces aligned with Libya’s internationally recognized government made a gruesome discovery within the vicinity of Tarhuna, some 50 miles southeast of the capital, Tripoli. .

Egyptian Move Towards Libya Bet. Political...

By Mahmoud Gamal A previous study published by the Egyptian Institute for Studies (EIS) titled, Egyptian Role in Libya: Determinants and Tracks, concluded that the likeliness of a direct and declared intervention in Libya by the Egyptian army...

The politics behind Haftar’s...

The Libyan warlord faces an ICC investigation for his alleged role in mass grave burials and resistance from his allies. Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar has reportedly decentralised his command by delegating powers to his subordinate...

Russia’s Policy in Libya from 2011 Onwards...

By Ferhat Polat This policy outlook examines Russia’s strategy towards Libya post- 2011. The Kremlin ’s various interests in Libya are assessed and used to explain Russia’s policy in Libya and its effect on the Libyan conflict. .

Russia’s Policy in Libya from 2011 Onwards...

By Ferhat Polat This policy outlook examines Russia’s strategy towards Libya post- 2011. The Kremlin ’s various interests in Libya are assessed and used to explain Russia’s policy in Libya and its effect on the Libyan conflict. .

Egyptian Move Towards Libya Bet. Political...

By Mahmoud Gamal A previous study published by the Egyptian Institute for Studies (EIS) titled, Egyptian Role in Libya: Determinants and Tracks, concluded that the likeliness of a direct and declared intervention in Libya by the Egyptian army...

Russia’s Policy in Libya from 2011 Onwards...

By Ferhat Polat This policy outlook examines Russia’s strategy towards Libya post- 2011. The Kremlin ’s various interests in Libya are assessed and used to explain Russia’s policy in Libya and its effect on the Libyan conflict. .

Egyptian Move Towards Libya Bet. Political...

By Mahmoud Gamal A previous study published by the Egyptian Institute for Studies (EIS) titled, Egyptian Role in Libya: Determinants and Tracks, concluded that the likeliness of a direct and declared intervention in Libya by the Egyptian army...

The War in Libya: Ribe for Resolution? (4)

By Edward P. Joseph & Jeffrey A. Stacey Libya is among the most intractable conflicts in the world today. Despite UN Secretary General Guterres’s global appeal for a cessation of violence during Covid-19 conditions—and the initial...

The War in Libya: Ribe for Resolution? (3)

By Edward P. Joseph & Jeffrey A. Stacey Libya is among the most intractable conflicts in the world today. Despite UN Secretary General Guterres’s global appeal for a cessation of violence during Covid-19 conditions—and the initial...

The War in Libya: Ribe for Resolution? (2)

By Edward P. Joseph & Jeffrey A. Stacey Libya is among the most intractable conflicts in the world today. Despite UN Secretary General Guterres’s global appeal for a cessation of violence during Covid-19 conditions—and the initial...

The War in Libya: Ribe for Resolution? (1)

By Edward P. Joseph & Jeffrey A. Stacey Libya is among the most intractable conflicts in the world today. Despite UN Secretary General Guterres’s global appeal for a cessation of violence during Covid-19 conditions—and the initial...

France must recognize its role in Libya’s...

By Karim Mezran & Federica Saini Fasanotti In a recent article for the Atlantic Council, Nathalie Loiseau, a former French minister for European affairs and distinguished member of the European Parliament, expresses her disappointment...

Kernel of hope in building democratic...

By Sasha Toperich & Michael Barbaro The United States Constitution is unique in the way it has endured over two centuries of a dynamic nation. It is a gold standard to which other countries would do well to exemplify when building the...

U.S. remains on the sidelines in Libya’s...

By Missy Ryan & Sudarsan Raghavan An absence of U.S. leadership in Libya has allowed a dangerous international confrontation to deepen, analysts say, as a spiraling proxy war stokes threats to American economic and security interests and...

Egypt’s Military Limitations: Cairo’s...

In late June, with the United Nations-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) reversing several years’ worth of gains made by the Khalifa Hafta-led Libyan National Army (LNA) in a matter of weeks, Egyptian President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi...