Is France Playing a Selective Role in Libya?

France needs to overcome the void between its words and deeds in the case with Libya and stop turning a blind eye to grave violations in Libya for the sake of preserving its strategic or economic interests. French President Emmanuel Macron's selective indignation over Libya harms both his credibility and the values that he claims are cardinal principles of his diplomacy, writes Bruno Stagno Ugarte for Human Rights Watch.

A child runs through the debris and wreckage in downtown Benghazi, Libya (file photo)..

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