Libya Tribune

Analyses

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...

Moving Away from the Myth of Haftar

By Giorgio Cafiero & Dr. Khalid al-Jaber Officials in several Arab states and France believe that General Khalifa Haftar’s plans for achieving a military victory in the Libyan civil war can lead to a resolution of the country’s conflict.

Evidence of Russia-Linked Influence...

By Shelby Grossman, Daniel Bush, & Renée DiResta Russia’s global strategy for reasserting itself as a geopolitical superpower has led to an increased presence in Africa, where it has broadened efforts to shape the continent’s politics...

Constitutionalism and political order in...

3 myths about the past and a new constitution By Carmen Gehaa & Frédéric Volpib Libya’s 2011 revolution enabled ordinary citizens and an emerging civil society to voice their demands on a variety of key issues including Libya’s new...

Constitutionalism and political order in...

3 myths about the past and a new constitution By Carmen Gehaa & Frédéric Volpib Libya’s 2011 revolution enabled ordinary citizens and an emerging civil society to voice their demands on a variety of key issues including Libya’s new...