Libya Tribune

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Libya: Whose Land Is It? .. Property Rights...

By Mary Fitzgerald and Tarek Megerisi The question of housing, land and property rights is so difficult—and so important—because it touches on the fundamental question facing post-2011 Libya: what do Libyans want the new Libya to look...

Women’s Rights in the Middle East and...

By Nadereh Chamlou This is a chapter of the forthcoming e-book ‘The Future of the Middle East’ co-produced by Global Policy and Arab Digest, and edited by Hugh Miles and Alastair Newton. Freely available chapters will be...

Libya: Whose Land Is It? .. Property Rights...

By Mary Fitzgerald and Tarek Megerisi The question of housing, land and property rights is so difficult—and so important—because it touches on the fundamental question facing post-2011 Libya: what do Libyans want the new Libya to look...

Women’s Rights in the Middle East and...

By Nadereh Chamlou This is a chapter of the forthcoming e-book ‘The Future of the Middle East’ co-produced by Global Policy and Arab Digest, and edited by Hugh Miles and Alastair Newton. Freely available chapters will be...

The Benghazi Attack Is Finally Being...

By Nicholas Schmidle On the night of June 15, 2014, eight Americans—six Delta Force operators, an F.B.I. agent, and an Arabic translator—travelled in rubber boats across the Mediterranean and arrived on a beach in Benghazi, Libya.

Revealed: ICC prosecutor Luis Morteno...

By George Arbuthnott and Jonathan Calvert A huge leak of documents has revealed that Luis Moreno Ocampo, the former chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), passed sensitive information to a possible war crimes suspect who...

Libya’s Haftar and Liability of Superiors:...

By Beth Van Schaack Further to Just Security‘s coverage on Tuesday of the potential war crimes liability of U.S citizen/Libyan warlord General Khalifa Haftar, this article discusses the distinction under international criminal law between

Smoking Gun Videos Emerge: US Citizen...

By Ryan Goodman and Alex Whiting The International Criminal Court very recently issued an arrest warrant for a militia leader in Libya which should catch the attention of U.S. policymakers, diplomats and prosecutors.

They can’t sail for Europe – so...

By Francesca Mannocchi Militias are trying to take over government detention centres – and trade their occupants as human commodity. The Surman detention centre, home to hundreds of desperate refugees, is nothing more than a concrete...

The Still Elusive Libyan Peace

By Imad K. Harb The apparent hiatus in Libya’s chaotic scene obscures some serious developments that further jeopardize the unity of the country, its civic peace, and its future stability.

The Geographic Trajectory of Conflict and...

By Anouar Boukhars More than six years after the revolution that ousted former president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia’s border regions remain hotbeds of social discontent and agitation.

The Geographic Trajectory of Conflict and...

By Anouar Boukhars More than six years after the revolution that ousted former president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisia’s border regions remain hotbeds of social discontent and agitation.