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The Development of Libyan Armed Groups Since...

Community Dynamics and Economic Interests By Tim Eaton, Abdul Rahman Alageli, Emadeddin Badi, Mohamed Eljarh, and Valerie Stocker This paper is based on approximately 200 interviews carried out by the authors – in person and remotely –...

The Impact of COVID-19 on Conflicts in the...

The MENA region has been going through an existential crisis for almost a decade. The emergence of COVID-19 comes at a time when most of these countries are already on the precipice of a disaster, adding severe political and health implications...

The Development of Libyan Armed Groups Since...

Community Dynamics and Economic Interests By Tim Eaton, Abdul Rahman Alageli, Emadeddin Badi, Mohamed Eljarh, and Valerie Stocker This paper is based on approximately 200 interviews carried out by the authors – in person and remotely –...

Could coronavirus lead to a second Arab...

By Jason Pack & Nate Mason No part of the world will emerge unscathed from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic of 2020. Just because China and Italy were the first to be severely hit, does not imply, that when all is said and done, that...

The horizons of the Libyan conflict: Caught...

The Center for Strategic and Diplomatic Studies (CSDS) organised a specialised symposium on Libya entitled “The horizons of the Libyan conflict: Caught between internal consensus and foreign stakes” on February 15, 2020 at Mechtel Hotel in...

How Security Challenges From Libya Are...

By Frederic Wehery The escalation and spillover of Libya’s conflict has posed mounting security challenges for Tunisia and exposed shortfalls in the country’s defense transformation, in the areas of capability gaps, interagency...

The Development of Libyan Armed Groups Since...

Community Dynamics and Economic Interests By Tim Eaton, Abdul Rahman Alageli, Emadeddin Badi, Mohamed Eljarh, and Valerie Stocker This paper is based on approximately 200 interviews carried out by the authors – in person and remotely –...

How Security Challenges From Libya Are...

By Frederic Wehery The escalation and spillover of Libya’s conflict has posed mounting security challenges for Tunisia and exposed shortfalls in the country’s defense transformation, in the areas of capability gaps, interagency...

The Development of Libyan Armed Groups Since...

Community Dynamics and Economic Interests By Tim Eaton, Abdul Rahman Alageli, Emadeddin Badi, Mohamed Eljarh, and Valerie Stocker This paper is based on approximately 200 interviews carried out by the authors – in person and remotely –...

Prigozhin-linked group funding Libyan...

Blurring the lines of media authenticity By Shelby Grossman, Khadija H., Renee DiResta The Stanford Internet Observatory has been investigating new facets to the manipulation of the local media environment in Libya.

How Security Challenges From Libya Are...

By Frederic Wehery The escalation and spillover of Libya’s conflict has posed mounting security challenges for Tunisia and exposed shortfalls in the country’s defense transformation, in the areas of capability gaps, interagency...

The Development of Libyan Armed Groups Since...

Community Dynamics and Economic Interests By Tim Eaton, Abdul Rahman Alageli, Emadeddin Badi, Mohamed Eljarh, and Valerie Stocker This paper is based on approximately 200 interviews carried out by the authors – in person and remotely –...

Revealed: the great European refugee scandal

By Daniel Howden, Apostolis Fotiadis and Zach Campbell Evidence obtained by the Guardian exposes a coordinated and unlawful EU assault on the rights of desperate people trying to cross the Mediterranean.

Haftar – the returnee

By Col. (ret.) Dr. Jacques Neriah  Libya can qualify today as a failed state. It has two governments, two armies, a huge swath of land bordering the Sahel, Tunisia, Algeria, Chad, and Sudan.

Eastern Mediterranean: A Microcosm of...

By James M. Dorsey The Eastern Mediterranean is a minefield of multiple conflicting interests going beyond Russia and including countries like Turkey, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia.

Libyan fuel smuggling: A Swiss trader...

By Agathe Duparc, Montse Ferrer & Antoine Harari In Libya, a country that has been torn apart and bled dry since the fall of Gaddafi, international criminal networks with connections to Europe and Switzerland make big profits through fuel...

Libyan fuel smuggling: A Swiss trader...

By Agathe Duparc, Montse Ferrer & Antoine Harari In Libya, a country that has been torn apart and bled dry since the fall of Gaddafi, international criminal networks with connections to Europe and Switzerland make big profits through fuel...