Libya Tribune

Interviews

A Light in Libya’s Fog of Disinformation...

By Khadeja Ramali (Interviewed by The Africa Center) Divisions within Libya’s civil war have been amplified by foreign-sponsored disinformation campaigns. Reconciliation and peacebuilding will require local actors to reclaim Libya’s digital...

Short Film: Prisoner and Jailer

Prisoner and Jailer tells the story of two contrasting Libyans: a key official in the former regime and one of the most prominent figures of the post-revolutionary period in Libya.

Finding a path to peace in Libya, with Zoom...

By Harvey Parafina Last Friday’s call by Libya’s internationally recognized government and the head of the rival parliament for a ceasefire in the country’s latest conflict made no mention of the Geneva-based Centre for Humanitarian...

The United Arab Emirates, a little-known...

By Philippe Henri Gunet In a region in upheaval, ravaged by wars, each country is trying to defend its interests. One of the most active but also the most discreet is the United Arab Emirates, guided mainly by its project – economically...

Aguila Saleh is not to be trusted with...

Aguila Salah was never viewed as a responsible stateman. He likes to brag and lie to his tibesmen about everything. He has been known as the best mouthpeice to spread disinformation.

Postponed return! What Does the Home of the...

Here is a simulation that may seem to many people fictional for tragic stories, but the truth is clear on all walls of Tripoli through witnesses and testimonies of its inhabitants who left it under force and returned to it disappointed.

The Internationalization of Libya

Guest: Fred Wehrey Jon Alterman: Fred is a senior fellow in the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. He was a senior policy analyst at RAND for seven years. Before joining Carnegie, he served for 21 years in...

Is Cairo Going to War?

By Yezid Sayigh The Egyptian military may intervene in neighboring Libya, but it likely wants to avoid a major confrontation.

Apparent War Crimes in Tripoli

Summary Executions, Torture, Desecration of Corpses The Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF) should urgently investigate evidence that fighters affiliated with it apparently tortured, summarily executed, and desecrated corpses of opposing fighters...

Inside the murky world of Libya’s...

By Bel Trew & Rajaai Bourhan Libya has morphed into the world’s newest proxy conflict and at its heart is a labyrinth of mercenary recruitment stretching across Russia, Syria and Turkey. .

Egypt “opened the door”...

By Dobrin Yotov “Today we are facing – I’m not afraid to say – the” Syrianization “of Libya. We cannot imagine this situation continuing 200 kilometers off the coast of Europe! ”

How Women are Dealing with Libya’s...

By Khadeja Ramali and Tim Eaton Libya is in the midst of its third bout of civil war in less than a decade, with no near end in sight. However, women found ways to adjust. .

Haftar and the Tribes

By Michael Young In an interview, Alison Pargeter discusses the calculations of Libya’s tribes and their impact on the struggle for power.

How a Libyan artist is documenting the...

By Razmig Bedirian Razan Al Naas is paying tribute to the country’s rich and diverse history through her work. The nearly touching hands from Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam meet centre frame in one of Razan Al Naas’s collages...