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Resolving Libya’s civil war

The world’s most complicated ongoing civil war erupted in Libya in mid-2014. Forces aligned with the internationally recognised, albeit extremely weak government in Tripoli – the Government of National Accord (GNA) – are fighting those loyal to the secular-leaning House of Representatives (HoR) in Tobruk.

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Now controlling two-thirds of Libya can Haftar take Tripoli?

Between January and February this year Libyan Armed Forces (LNA) led by Field Marshall Khalifa Haftar have captured almost the entire southern region, known as Fezzan, including all its oil fields and major population centres. Surprisingly, the advancing forces were welcomed by cheerful locals in almost every little village and …

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Salame’s plan in its four processes.. Will it succeed?

What are the prospects for the Libyan political landscape in the new year of 2019? Will Libya remain divided in two governments, and prevail the governance of military factions and civil clashes? Will they continue to have a systematic plundering of resources and economy of the country, or will they …

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