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Launch of Libya Security Sector Legal Database

The contemporary Libyan context is marked by limited access to security sector-related information in general, as well as a lack of information on legislation in particular. Government, parliament, judicial authorities, supervisory institutions, civil society, media, and core security providers are not able to fulfill their roles and duties in relation …

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Who Controls Libya's Energy Future?

With much of the globe focused on a Malaysian airline disappearance this week, Libya’s government has been faced with a mystery all their own – how had 200,000 barrels of the country’s lifeblood found itself on an unregistered vessel called the Morning Glory heading away from its own coast. The …

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Who Controls Libya’s Energy Future?

With much of the globe focused on a Malaysian airline disappearance this week, Libya’s government has been faced with a mystery all their own – how had 200,000 barrels of the country’s lifeblood found itself on an unregistered vessel called the Morning Glory heading away from its own coast. The …

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Libya: Dealing with the Militias and Advancing Security Sector Reform – eSeminar Summary Report

Libya is at a critical juncture in its political and security transition. Although an air of optimism continues to exist across the country, there is also a creeping sense that progress in Libya’s democratic transition has slowed or even come to a halt.

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Libyans Need Help Standing Up to Extremists

Libyans were due to celebrate today — not Christmas Eve, of course, but the anniversary of their independence from British and French military rule in 1951. Tragically, the official festivities had to be canceled, after Libya suffered its first suicide bomb attack on Sunday: 13 soldiers were killed at an army checkpoint …

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