A Tipping Point in Libya’s Long-Standing Conflict

Africa’s most oil-rich nation has turned into a battleground for half a dozen foreign states. In the west, is the UN-backed Government of National Accord and NATO. In the east, is warlord Khalifa Haftar. Russia, Egypt, Turkey, the UAE and France are all involved. But why is Washington staying out of it? And what is Moscow’s endgame in the war-torn country?


Jonathan M Winer
Former US Special Envoy for Libya

Anas El Gomati
Director of the Sadeq Institute

Samuel Ramani
Russian Foreign Policy Researcher at Oxford University

Marco Carnelos
Libya Adviser to former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi


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