In the past weeks, several major developments occurred in Libya that will affect the dynamics of the civil war, and on the longer term, most probably, its outcome. Egyptian airstrikes on Libyan soil, increased Russian support and involvement with the Council of Representatives (the internationally-recognized Libyan government), the Council’s suspended then renewed participation in the UN peace talks, its request to remove the arms embargo, and conflicting support in the UN for an intervention are all directly linked to the increased hostilities and threat from Islamic State elements in Libya. The United States and Britain stand currently opposed to any intervention and to Libya’s appeal to lift the arms embargo, citing the lack of a unified government that could not …

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由Jon Mitchell (Ma)发布

他是一名独立的研究人员和作家,在美国自由大学攻读公共政策-国际事务硕士学位。他曾为一个非营利性国际组织撰写政治经济分析报告,为美国国会委员会编撰关于博科圣地的非官方分析报告,并为《外交政策杂志》撰写文章。在哈德逊研究所实习期间,他研究了关键的区域安全问题,并在其政治-军事分析中心分析了复杂的国际挑战。

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