By Jonathan M. Winer Absent major military escalation by his foreign patrons, Khalifa Hifter has now lost the war he initiated against Libya’s internationally recognized government in Tripoli.
There is No Muslim Liberation Cause the UAE Will Not Sabotage By CJ Werleman When you piece all strands of the UAE’s foreign...Read More
All sides have to take the blame for this bloody stalemate By Ahmed Aboudouh There are many reasons for both sides to feel responsible for the current situation, here are some of them.
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...
By Anas El Gomati World leaders met in Berlin on January 20 to enforce an arms embargo and ceasefire to end the long-running civil war in Libya.
By Amira Abo el-Fetouh Almost a year ago, when the coup leader Khalifa Haftar attacked the Libyan capital Tripoli with his mercenary militias, I wrote an article in which I said, “The battle of Tripoli is a decisive battle between the forces...
By Stefano Marcuzzi The EU must seize on the strategic opportunity presented by the coronavirus pandemic to take the initiative away from Russia and Turkey in Libya. The arrival of the new coronavirus in Libya has not interrupted the battle...
By Ben Fishman & Conor Hiney A boost in Turkish drones and air defense systems enabled forces in Tripoli to establish local air superiority and ease pressure on the capital, leaving each side’s foreign patrons with tough choices about...
By Safvan Allahverdi Anadolu Agency verifies video showing Sudanese mercenaries taking oath of allegiance to warlord Khalifa Haftar.
By Paul Iddon There is no end in sight for Libya’s civil war, since neither of the two warring factions can defeat the other, nor negotiate a peace settlement in good faith. This leads to one question – will Libya inevitably become a de...
By Abraham Mahshie Gen. Khalifa Haftar, the rebel leader who controls Libya’s oil-rich east, recently declared he has a popular mandate to rule all of the North African nation, a move that may give Russia the upper hand if he can succeed in...
By Heather Murdock Last Saturday, my partner and I hunched over my laptop to talk to my family members in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New York over Zoom.
By Jonathan M. Winer Since Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar initiated his effort to take Libya’s capital, Tripoli, by force on April 4, 2019, Libya has remained in a state of full-on civil war.
By Shannon Ebrahim Libya has become a cesspool of foreign agendas that are stoking violent conflict, making it particularly difficult for the AU to exert its influence over the conflict and silence the guns.
Caabu hosted an online discussion on Libya and the prospects for a political solution on 22 April 2020 with Elham Saudi, Anas El Gomati, and Tarek Megerisi.
By Yossi Melman With the help of the UAE, Israel is providing arms and training to the Libyan National Army.
By Koert Debeuf One of these days Libyan Members of Parliament, Ministers and most probably even the President of the GNC (General National Congress) will have to resign, due to the Political Isolation Law.
By Ferhat Polat This policy outlook explores France’s foreign policy in Libya, examining the mixture of strategic, geopolitical, economic, and ideological factors driving French interests in Libya. .
By Fehim Tastekin As the coronavirus crisis rages across the world, those who hoped that guns might now go silent in theaters of war are finding their desires dashed.