Libya Tribune

LIBYA SOCIAL MEDIA MONITORING REPORT (1)

(Dec. 2018 -Jan. 2019) Analysis by Khadeja Ramali This publication is produced by Democracy Reporting International, based on social media data analysis by Khadeja Ramali.

Libyan tribes in the shadows of war and...

By Al-Hamzeh Al-Shadeedi & Nancy Ezzeddine This policy brief will provide recommendations on how to realistically and effectively engage with tribal actors and traditional authorities for the benefit of the current central state-building...

Libya’s Conflicts Enter a Dangerous New...

By Wolfram Lacher Recent advances by Khalifa Haftar’s “Libyan Arab Armed Forces” in southern Libya are changing power relations in Libya in ways that undermine the UN’s ongoing attempts at brokering a political solution.

Libyan tribes in the shadows of war and...

By Al-Hamzeh Al-Shadeedi & Nancy Ezzeddine This policy brief will provide recommendations on how to realistically and effectively engage with tribal actors and traditional authorities for the benefit of the current central state-building...

Libya’s Conflicts Enter a Dangerous New...

By Wolfram Lacher Recent advances by Khalifa Haftar’s “Libyan Arab Armed Forces” in southern Libya are changing power relations in Libya in ways that undermine the UN’s ongoing attempts at brokering a political solution.

Libya’s ancient ruins blighted by...

Ulf Laessing Graffiti covers the walls of a Greek amphitheatre in Cyrene, an ancient ruined city in eastern Libya now struggling with neglect, vandals and illegal confiscation of land by locals.

Where Libya’s revolution began, many...

By Ulf Laessing Sitting in his cafe near the spot where the protests against Gaddafi touched off the Libyan revolution eight years ago, Miftah Atluba is not sorry the dictator has gone.

Libya: Civilians Caught in Tightening Siege

Allow Aid Access, Disclose Names of People Detained Forces allied with one of Libya’s two competing governments who appear to have defeated local fighters in the Old City quarter of Derna, in eastern Libya, should immediately allow aid and...

Post-Gadhafi Libya slides from crisis to...

By Rim Tahar Eight years after the revolt in Libya against Moammar Gadhafi’s authoritarian regime, a modern and democratic state remains a distant dream in a country that has been sliding from crisis to crisis.

WB Partnership with Libya Focused on...

By William Stebbins & Ebrahim Al-Harazi The World Bank Group announced today a new strategy of support for Libya focused on restoring key services to citizens and promoting economic recovery as a critical contribution to the ongoing peace...

Empowered decentralization: A city-based...

By Group of scholar (*) This report presents a city-based model of politics, economics, and for security. It describes a strategy for disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration.

Libya Elections by Year-End ‘True...

By Henry Meyer Libya should be ready to hold elections this year, with rival factions on track to hold a national reconciliation conference by the end of March, the United Nations envoy to the oil-rich but chaotic north African state said.