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Remember Libya? The Long-Term Hypocrisy of the Responsibility to Protect

There is something ever so appealing about regime change, particularly by means of revolution. The hope for democracy galvanises the entirety of a long-suppressed...

Putin’s Move to Secure Libya Bases Is New Regional Worry for United States

Russia is moving to expand its military presence in eastern Libya, a plan that could lead to a naval base, giving it a significant...

Statehood in the Middle East: In Search of New Models

Among Arab political scientists and politicians, much as in the circles of Middle East experts across the world, the political processes in a region...

Arab Winter? What Arab Winter?

Protesters in Syria, Bahrain, Libya, Iran, and Israel are dashing autocratic and authoritarian hopes of a prolonged winter. In response, Arab autocrats are scrambling to...

The Libyan Crisis: A Hotbed for Regional Instability

The international community’s attention towards the Libyan crisis has diminished in recent times. The situation in Libya has lost its formative role in influencing...

It’s Time to Seriously Revaluate America’s Flawed Libya Policy

The recently published US strategic plan for Libya, termed a 10-year strategy document, demonstrates all the weaknesses of the American policy planning and diplomatic...

Revisiting the 2011 NATO Intervention in Libya from an Alternative Prism

Critics of the west have a general tendency to project the United States as the root cause of most international issues and disputes. They...

The Libyan Crisis

On 24 December 2022, Libyans celebrated the 71st anniversary of their country's independence, in light of the sharp political division the country has been...

Another Choice: Libya Has an Opportunity to Embrace Stability Under Monarchy

Monarchy has been the understated fixture of the year.  Yet its most relevant aspect has been its least understood – monarchy, when it is...

Libya: Help make 2023 the year of free and fair elections

The first step to legitimacy and security in Libya is to allow registered voters to cast their ballot in fresh elections, UN Special Representative...

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