Libya Tribune

Trump-tied operatives register as foreign...

By Anna Massoglia & Jessica Piper The Libyan Investment Authority hired Michael Cohen’s former lawyer and the political strategist in an effort to regain access to billions of dollars in assets frozen since 2011.

Citizenship on hold (2)

Undetermined legal status and implications for Libya’s peace process By Valerie Stocker This policy paper aims to provide an overview of citizenship-related grievances in Libya and approaches to address these.

WHO IS FIGHTING WHOM IN TRIPOLI? (4)

How the 2019 Civil War is Transforming Libya’s Military Landscape By Wolfram Lacher This Briefing Paper examines the identities and interests of the forces fighting each other over control of Tripoli.

Islamism and the state after the Arab...

Between people power and state power By Frederic Volpia & Ewan Stein This paper examines the trajectories of different Islamist trends in the light of the Arab uprisings. In the following section, we track the evolution of statist and...

Citizenship on hold (1)

Undetermined legal status and implications for Libya’s peace process By Valerie Stocker This policy paper aims to provide an overview of citizenship-related grievances in Libya and approaches to address these.

WHO IS FIGHTING WHOM IN TRIPOLI? (3)

How the 2019 Civil War is Transforming Libya’s Military Landscape By Wolfram Lacher This Briefing Paper examines the identities and interests of the forces fighting each other over control of Tripoli.

WHO IS FIGHTING WHOM IN TRIPOLI? (2)

How the 2019 Civil War is Transforming Libya’s Military Landscape By Wolfram Lacher This Briefing Paper examines the identities and interests of the forces fighting each other over control of Tripoli.

Islamism and the state after the Arab...

Between people power and state power By Frederic Volpia & Ewan Stein This paper examines the trajectories of different Islamist trends in the light of the Arab uprisings. In the following section, we track the evolution of statist and...

Transitional Period Agreement in Sudan

Opportunities for Success and Threats of Failure Four months after the fall of the Bashir regime on 11 April 2019 – and following difficult negotiations during which a sit-in at the General Staff headquarters was bloodily dispersed on 3...

WHO IS FIGHTING WHOM IN TRIPOLI? (1)

How the 2019 Civil War is Transforming Libya’s Military Landscape By Wolfram Lacher Overview: The offensive that Khalifa Haftar launched in April 2019 to capture the Libyan capital, Tripoli, triggered the largest mobilization of fighters in...

Islamism and the state after the Arab...

By Frederic Volpia & Ewan Stein This paper examines the trajectories of different Islamist trends in the light of the Arab uprisings. In the following section, we track the evolution of statist and non-statist Islamist activism in the...

Tunisia Could Help Enforce Libya’s Arms...

By Keith Jones In 2020, when Tunisia begins its two-year term as non-permanent member of the Security Council, the country will have the biggest opportunity to influence international affairs since becoming a democracy in 2011.