Turkey has managed to avoid becoming embroiled in many of Africa’s local political quagmires. Instead, it came with a strong commitment that focused on direct aid, infrastructure and transportation projects, as well as mutually beneficial economic partnerships.Read More »
What Would Khalifa Haftar’s Libya Look Like?
The general’s global supporters shouldn’t just focus on whether he can win, but what victory would mean.Read More »
Germany’s Quiet Leadership on the Libyan War
Although Germany’s mediation role in the Libyan conflict has received relatively little attention so far, this might change if its initiative leads to a peace conference – or, alternatively, a collapse of the political process.Read More »
New Libyan Militia’s Oil Strike Risks Wider Conflagration
Libyan factions are once again fighting for control of key oil installations in the Gulf of Sirte’s “oil crescent”. The latest offensive risks reducing Libya’s oil production and is undermining efforts to broker a peace deal. In this Q&A Claudia Gazzini, Senior Analyst for Libya, assesses the fallout.Read More »