By Karim Mezran Throughout the continuously confusing Libyan crisis, the global community has consistently turned to its favorite tool to demonstrate progress towards a solution: an international conference.
By Ruairi Casey Representatives from Libya’s warring sides, as well as from several nations, due to meet in latest bid to...Read More
By Ali Murat Alhas International organizations focused only on migration, European security which deepened conflict in Libya, expert says.
By Marianna Belenkaya Russia has failed to broker a compromise between Libya’s two warring parties, the Government of National Accord led by Fayez al-Sarraj and the Libyan National Army headed by Khalifa Hifter.
By Tankut Öztaş & Ferhat Polat The report will provide an analysis of the multilayered dynamics underpinning Turkish – Libyan relations from economic, political and security perspectives. .
By Tankut Oztas Many observers in Libya are wary of the Madkhali groups, which are primarily advancing and prioritizing Saudi Arabia’s political and security interests.
By Semih Idiz Turkey’s burgeoning economic ties with Russia were on parade again during President Vladimir Putin’s visit to Istanbul on Jan. 8 to launch the TurkStream natural gas pipeline connecting the two countries.
By Elena Teslova Russian experts say Russian, Turkish efforts to stop conflict in Libya can succeed, considering peacemaking experience in Syria.
By Burhanettin Duran Turkish Parliament on Thursday authorized President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his administration’s plans to deploy troops to Libya.
By Amberin Zaman Ankara and Moscow have called on the warring parties in Libya to reach a cease-fire agreement by midnight Jan. 12.
By Maria Tsvetkova A St. Petersburg clinic that is run and partly owned by people with ties to President Vladimir Putin has provided medical treatment to Russian mercenaries injured abroad.
By Yavuz Baydar The new year began with a bang. The drone attack that killed Iranian General Qassem Soleimani, commander of Quds Force.
By Nicholas Morgan On Jan. 2, Turkey’s Grand National Assembly approved a bill allowing for the deployment of Turkish troops to Libya after the Tripoli government activated a recently concluded security pact signed with Ankara last month.
By Nebahat Tanriverdi Yasar Turkey’s expansion of its range in central Mediterranean toward Libya is leading to geopolitical transformations in region.
A recent deal agreed with Tripoli and a decision to deploy forces in Libya show that Ankara aims to develop an understanding between warring factions in the country, creating a deterrent against the powers of instability.
By Carlotta Gall A new wrinkle in the battle for an oil-rich country, and a signal from President Erdogan that Turkey aims to be a power broker in a volatile region.
By Kirill Semenov Russian President Vladimir Putin will travel to Istanbul Jan. 8. Putin’s visit is officially dedicated to the launch of the Turk Stream natural gas pipeline, which extends from Russia to Turkey, but Putin will also discuss...
By Feride Cem With projects worth $28.9 billion, Libya has been the third country where Turkish contractors undertook the most number of projects to date although a majority of them have not been completed due to internal turmoil in the country.
By Metin Gurcan Following President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s pledges to help the Tripoli-based government in Libya’s civil war, military strategists in Ankara have been pondering the deployment of soldiers to Libya.