Despite apparent progress toward a power-sharing agreement, Libya’s governing bodies still face problems of neutrality and representation that will hamper their ability to govern effectively.
The post-Qaddafi power vacuum in Libya has made the country a ripe environment for the spread of the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
Libya is a rare security challenge for which Europe should take more responsibility than other external powers such as the United States.
Amid shortages of workers and resources, Benghazi hospitals have to rely on volunteers.
Jihadist groups continue their expansion in states where services and security are weak.
The fighting in Benghazi has ravaged its infrastructure, including schools, leaving 50 percent of the city’s children unable to resume their education.
The unintended consequences—and surprising insights—produced by an epic display of political theater.
The spike in global protests is becoming a major trend in international politics, but care is needed in ascertaining the precise nature and impact of the phenomenon.
The rise of General Khalifa Hifter, Libya’s most powerful and polarizing force, raises doubts about the future of democracy in Libya.
African migrants making their way to Europe are caught in Libya in a humanitarian crisis of insufficient aid and worsening detention conditions.