Libya Tribune

Analyses

In Tripoli

By Frederic Wehrey In 1911, over a swathe of small farms south of Tripoli, an Italian aviator named Giulio Gavotti leaned out of his biplane and threw a small bomb onto Turkish soldiers below.

Predatory economies in eastern Libya (5)

The dominant role of the Libyan National Army By Noria Research This report is based on interviews conducted with a range of actors in Libya, Tunis, Cairo and Istanbul, including businessmen, administrators, victims of armed groups, LNA...

Child Marriage in Libya: Ignored by Society...

By Jazia Gibril & Marwan Tashani The father, accompanied by his daughter, 13 or perhaps a little older, enters the District Court near his home and heads to the office of the judge of urgent and non-contentious matters.

Predatory economies in eastern Libya (4)

The dominant role of the Libyan National Army By Noria Research This report is based on interviews conducted with a range of actors in Libya, Tunis, Cairo and Istanbul, including businessmen, administrators, victims of armed groups, LNA...

Predatory economies in eastern Libya (3)

The dominant role of the Libyan National Army By Noria Research This report is based on interviews conducted with a range of actors in Libya, Tunis, Cairo and Istanbul, including businessmen, administrators, victims of armed groups, LNA...

Predatory economies in eastern Libya (2)

The dominant role of the Libyan National Army By Noria Research This report is based on interviews conducted with a range of actors in Libya, Tunis, Cairo and Istanbul, including businessmen, administrators, victims of armed groups, LNA...

Libya’s global civil war (2)

By Tarek Megeris This paper examines recent developments in the conflict and analyses the positions and interests of the many non-European foreign states that have intervened in Libya.

Predatory economies in eastern Libya (1)

The dominant role of the Libyan National Army By Noria Research This report is based on interviews conducted with a range of actors in Libya, Tunis, Cairo and Istanbul, including businessmen, administrators, victims of armed groups, LNA...

Libya’s global civil war (1)

By Tarek Megeris This paper examines recent developments in the conflict and analyses the positions and interests of the many non-European foreign states that have intervened in Libya.

2019 Trafficking in Persons Report: Libya (2)

Special Case (Libya) Libya is a Special Case for the fourth consecutive year. The Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) struggled to govern large swaths of Libyan territory, as it did not exercise control in several parts of the country.

Social Media and Conflict in Libya (1)

A Lexicon of Hate Speech Terms Libya has been identified as a priority country for this work given the unstable security situation and the extensive fragmentation in the country in the years since the overthrow of Gaddafi, all of which has been...

KINGDOM OF MILITIAS (6)

Libya’s Second War of Post-Qadhafi Succession By Jason Pack In early April 2019, General Khalifa Haftar instructed the Libyan National Army (LNA) to take Tripoli by force, initiating Libya’s Second War of Post-Qadhafi Succession.

KINGDOM OF MILITIAS (5)

Libya’s Second War of Post-Qadhafi Succession By Jason Pack In early April 2019, General Khalifa Haftar instructed the Libyan National Army (LNA) to take Tripoli by force, initiating Libya’s Second War of Post-Qadhafi Succession.

Libya’s two wars: One on the battlefield...

By Nabih Bulos In terms of its effect on the battlefield, a drone that fell from the skies one recent morning in an area south of the Libyan capital, Tripoli, was a nonevent. It was unarmed. When it crashed (or was shot down; it’s still...

KINGDOM OF MILITIAS (4)

Libya’s Second War of Post-Qadhafi Succession By Jason Pack In early April 2019, General Khalifa Haftar instructed the Libyan National Army (LNA) to take Tripoli by force, initiating Libya’s Second War of Post-Qadhafi Succession.