The crisis in Libya appears to be reaching a turning point. The military situation is at a standstill, yet the political status quo cannot hold for much longer as control of the Central Bank and the oil wealth has become the primary field of contention. This presents an opening for outside mediation. The international community, and especially the U.S., should redouble their efforts to broker a resolution.
Article by Jason Pack and Karim Mezran, The Hill.
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