Libya Tribune

Interviews

The Fight for Libya: What to Know

By Steven A. Cook Khalifa Haftar’s march on the Libyan capital is a bid for control of a fragmented state. Backed by a set of powerful governments, he could carry on the fight for a long time.

Trump Wades into Libyan Crisis, And Why...

By Ashish Kumar Sen US President Donald J. Trump’s apparent support for Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the self-styled Libyan National Army, has muddied the waters in a dangerous part of the world. But does it signal a shift in the US...

An Interview with Ali Hebri, Governor of...

Conducted by Mohammed Sreit Many economists agree on the fact that the banking sector in Libya has yet to improve. The level of the Libyan banking sector is very low compared to what prevails in most countries of the world.

Bughaighis: We seek international aid to...

Interviewed by Sputnik Tripoli does not expect any new initiatives to be proposed at the conference on Libya in Palermo, Italy, next month as the event will be aimed at supporting the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), the...

ISIS regroups to attack a fragmented Libya

The city of Sirte, once the crowning jewel of the Islamic State in Libya, was part of the ISIS-controlled coastline from 2015 to 2016. Over a six-month offensive, Libyan security forces combined with U.S. airstrikes wiped out ISIS combatants...

Interview: Libya’s NOC hopes talks...

Libya’s crude oil production has hit a five-year high, bringing badly needed revenue to the violence-wracked country, but further gains will depend on stabilizing security and attracting foreign investment, the chairman of state-owned...

Mustafa Abushagur: ‘The revolution...

By Sophie Shevardnadze It’s been seven years since Western powers toppled Gaddafi, leaving the country split and in tatters. Can unity in Libya ever be reached again? We talked to Mustafa Abushagur, the former deputy prime minister of Libya.

All Against All

By Michael Young In an interview, Emadeddin Badi talks about today’s Libya, which faces both civil war and state collapse.

Mustafa Abushagur: ‘The revolution...

By Sophie Shevardnadze It’s been seven years since Western powers toppled Gaddafi, leaving the country split and in tatters. Can unity in Libya ever be reached again? We talked to Mustafa Abushagur, the former deputy prime minister of Libya.

An Interview on Reconciliation in Libya

By Mohammed Srait This is the interview with Dr. Miftah al-Masuri, coordinator of external relations at the Preparatory Committee for the National General comprehensive Conference (Libyan-Libyan).

What’s next for Libya?

By Ramy Allahoum Middle East scholar Jalel Harchaoui discusses the challenges hampering efforts to achieve political transition in Libya.