December 07, 2017
Libya: Dealing With Libya's Slave Trade Could Be At the Risk of the Area's 'Stability'
In what has become a characterising feature of Libya's zero-sum political landscape, it appears that a bid to curtail the deplorable practice of slavery could come at the expense… Read more »
December 06, 2017
Libya: Slavery in Libya, 21st Century Style - Thanks to Barack Obama
Whenever I find myself distraught, helpless and angry, I tend to turn to poetry to find solace. Also because at times poetry can simply express your most inner feelings in such a… Read more »
November 28, 2017
Libya: AU/EU Summit - Libya's Modern Slavery, Western Sahara Tensions Under Scrutiny in Abidjan
The theme is, as usual, worthy. But the real interest is also, as usual, the drama on the margins. That's how summits work, at least in Africa. By PETER FABRICIUS. Read more »
August 27, 2017
Libya: Kikwete and Mbeki Must Not Be Revisionists On Libya
The two former presidents are clinging to a false nostalgia of a past that does not exist and their blame game is based on a completely different set of facts when it comes to the… Read more »
April 21, 2016
Libya: Analysis - a Turning Point for Libya?
Has Prime Minister-designate Fayez al-Sarraj's bold return to his country pre-empted foreign military intervention? By PETER FABRICIUS, ISS Consultant. Read more »
March 01, 2016
Libya: Analysis - US Airstrikes in Libya Won't Deter Isis
On 19 February 2016, the US launched airstrikes in Libya, targeting an Islamic State camp in Sabratha, killing an estimated 50 Islamist militants. Such short-sighted… Read more »
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