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Reassessing Russian Capabilities in the Levant and North Africa

The challenge for Western policymakers is to avoid viewing Russian activism in the Eastern Mediterranean and North Africa through an exclusively zero-sum lens. The region’s political disarray, complexities, and especially the unpredictability of local rulers all present built-in buffers to Russian influence—as they do to all external players.

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Libya, Tunisia agree to close borders over health issues

The spokesman for the Libyan Government of National Unity, Mohammed Hammouda, said Thursday border closure with Tunisia was agreed upon for health reasons only, adding that discussion between a Libyan ministerial delegation, which included the Foreign and Interior Ministers, and a Tunisia delegation in Tunis reiterated solid bilateral relations between …

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Chad proposes to form multinational force on Libya’s border

The Commander of the Chadian Military Council Mohammed Idriss Deby proposed to relaunch the quadruple agreement: Libya, Chad, Sudan and Niger, that was signed in 2018 to form a multinational force on the borders with Libya.

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