Libya Tribune

Opinions

A Middle East peace agenda for 2017

By Abdullah Gul Middle East conflicts are affecting the world by exporting terrorism and refugees—products that are contributing to populism and authoritarianism in the West.

Algeria becoming more involved in attempts...

By Ken Hanly Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA) of the eastern-based House of Representatives (HoR), Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar visited Algeria at the invitation of the Algerian government.

From Security Solutions to Political...

By Hakim Gherieb In the war on terrorism, intelligence gathering is integral for any and all counter-terrorism policies and/or operations. The effectiveness of this apparatus, however, is based largely on the sustained coordination of...

International meetings aren’t enough to...

By Federica Saini Fasanotti When U.S. Special Envoy for Libya Ambassador Jonathan Winer testified recently before two sub-committees in the House Foreign Affairs Committee about the situation in Libya, he drew a positive and hopeful picture.

The Status Quo in Libya Is Unsustainable

By Ileana Ros-Lehtinen December 17th marks the one year anniversary of the Libyan Political Agreement, making this an opportune time to review the administration’s policy on Libya.

Libyan Forces Claim Full Control of Sirte

By Hassan Morajea and Maria Abi-habib Libyan forces backed by U.S. airstrikes retook the coastal city of Sirte from Islamic State on Monday, ending a monthslong battle for the extremist redoubt and dealing a fresh blow to the extremist...

Castro was our creation, just like...

By Chris Powell For practical purposes Fidel Castro died a decade ago as he bequeathed his dictatorship to his brother and slipped into decrepitude. For practical purposes Cuba itself died 25 years ago upon the collapse of its financial...