By Mustafa Abu Sneineh In an interview with MEE, Aymen Seifennaser says all parties agree the conflict must end, but they disagree on the details of how to do it.
By Francesca Mannocchi As foreign arms fuel the conflict for control of Libya’s western capital, the mood in Tripoli is one of...Read More
Libyan MP and former FM Aly Abuzaakouk discusses Khalifa Haftar’s assault on Tripoli and the ongoing conflict in Libya.
By Anelise Borges Once again Libya is a country at war. For the third time since the fall of Gaddafi, militias are battling over the ruins of the country.
Haftar’s militias, power cuts and scarce resources By Borzou Daragahi When Abdul-Raouf Beit al-Mal, the mayor of central Tripoli, was abducted last year, and held by militiamen for 24 hours, he presumed that would be the worst moment of his...
By Younes Abouyoub, Dalia Ghanem and Yezid Sayigh The armed forces have been a central political player and the real locus of power in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, and Sudan for the past 60 years.
By Sean Stephens Hannan al-Mubaraak was celebrating the birth of her youngest son when gunfire rang out.
Interviewed by Dr. Adam Lupel On May 22nd, IPI hosted the next event in its “Leading for Peace: Voices from the Field” series, featuring Ghassan Salamé, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of (UNSML).
How the situations in Algeria and Libya have been linked By Ghida Tayara Younes Abouayoub of the United Nations discusses interaction between the political situation in Algeria and Libya.
On the next edition of Encounter, we’ll examine the current situation in Libya, where an opposition force, supported by Egypt and several other nations is challenging a UN recognized government.
Interviewed by Victor LADREYT Jalel Harchaoui (*) comments on Mr. Fayez al-Sarraj’s visit to several European countries.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia Navarro talks with analyst Karim Mezran of the Atlantic Council about the developing situation in Libya.
It’s a day of rest from fighting on the front line in Libya and Abdelaziz and his comrades down their weapons only to pick up their phones and resume combat.
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.
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...
Sky’s Alex Crawford joins the disparate group of fighters defending Tripoli from Khalifa Haftar and the Libyan National Army.
By Takeo Kumagai & Eklavya Gupte Libya’s state-owned National Oil Corporation has set aside a budget of around $50 billion for 2019 to develop its oil and gas sector.
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.
By Rachel Kleinfeld The world’s most violent places aren’t at war. They are polarized, unequal democracies. Here’s how to make them safer.