Libyan Prime Minister Al-Sarraj and Khalifa Haftar met in Abu Dhabi few days ago. Can this meeting be the chance for new elections in Libya?
When the NATO-led coalition intervened in Libya, its people were promised security and democracy. Seven years later, all they have received is chaos, death and destruction.
In its singular focus on migration, Italy’s Mediterranean policy misses the forest for the trees.
Stabilizing Libya to stem the flow of migrants to European shores may be the one thing that Rome and Paris can actually agree on.
Recent exposes on a booming slave trade highlight the fact that nearly seven years removed from NATO’s intervention, Libya is still in a state of chaos.
The Saudi and Egypt-led blockade of Qatar has been a long time coming.
Two early takeaways from the recent Rome summit between Libya’s rival leaders: a unity government is possible, and Russia might just have a role in making it happen.
Whether reports of Russian troop deployments along the Libya-Egypt border are true or not, it’s clear that Moscow is seeking to reestablish its historical ties with Libya.
A Western military intervention will not work against Islamic State in Libya
Islamic State is gaining a foothold on Europe’s doorstep.