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Hillary Clinton's Libya

Some of the better-informed commentators on the recent terrorist attacks by ISIS have noticed the reassertion of the 2002-2003 understanding of the Middle East: that all-out war is the only sensible policy and Israel is our most faithful ally in the region. Show More Summary

It Must Not End in War... and It Doesn't Have to

What happened in Paris was horrific. The reality of war again in Europe. A reality that is the daily experience for ordinary people in Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen...that list is long, too long and of course is inherently linked to what happened in Paris. Show More Summary

Sheikh Mohammad's 'Marshal Plan' May Be the Region's Last Chance

I hate to sound pessimistic, but the Arab world's increasingly disastrous status leaves very little room for positivity. After all, what else could be said of the devastating wars tearing apart Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, a humiliating...Show More Summary

Call It What It Is: A Global Migration Shift from Climate, Not a Migrant or Refugee Crisis

Hundreds more died off the coast of Libya today, on the heels of 71 deaths of migrants trapped in the back of a truck near Vienna, Austria. At the same time, NASA officials just warned that rising global sea levels from climate change...Show More Summary

The Christians of Israel: A Remarkable Group

In the nightmarish maelstrom that defines the Middle East today, there are few places of refuge for Christians. While Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Sudan and Libya are disintegrating and Egypt is embattled, the Christians are in dire trouble in a region that is increasingly Islamic radical. Show More Summary

Free Media Initiative Brings Together Libyan Politicians and Citizens for Peaceful Dialogue

On the evening of Tuesday, August 11, BBC Media Action Libya and the UNDP Libya Mission hosted a group from the Constitutional Drafting Assembly (CDA) in a conversation about the current progress of the development of the constitution. Show More Summary

The Right Leaders Are Libya's Best Hope for Stability

Most Libyan Political Parties Signed UN-Brokered Agreement On July 11th, Libyan dialogue participants initialed the Libyan Political Agreement at a ceremony in Skherat, Morocco. It has taken nine months of intensive negotiations andShow More Summary

The Need for Arab Initiatives to Resolve Regional Crises

Currently, there are two key opportunities led by the United Nations worth supporting because there are no alternatives, both in Libya and Yemen. The situation in these two countries, as well as in Syria, is heart wrenching, which requires urgent actions regardless of calculations about who wins and who loses, and who is right and who is wrong. Show More Summary

The Woman Who Told Libyans to "Fight Peacefully by Using Your Vote"

A year ago today, what many saw as Libya's last chance for a democratic future ended in the kind of tragedy and violence that has marked the country's recent history. Many thousands had been expected to vote in the general elections but fears over security saw more than three quarters of registered voters stay at home. Show More Summary

Turmoil in the Middle East Seems Constant, and U.S. Military Intervention Only Makes It Worse

Recently, the U.S. government has been dealt setbacks in five of the seven developing, Islamic countries in which its military recently has attacked or invaded since 9/11--Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and Yemen. In the other twoShow More Summary

Interview With Guardian Foreign Correspondent and Mafia State Author, Luke Harding

Luke Harding is an award-winning foreign correspondent from the Guardian, with extensive experience in conflict zones such as Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Georgia and Ukraine. He has also worked as a journalist out of Delhi, Berlin and Moscow. Show More Summary

Europe Is Playing With Fire by Considering Military Intervention in Libya

COPENHAGEN - For months, U.N. special envoy Bernardino León has worked on a deal to secure a new unity government in Libya that would bring an end to the armed conflict that for almost a year has threatened to tear the country apart....Show More Summary

The ISIS Strategy to 'Seize Rome' Unfolds

Back in February of this year the terrorist organization ISIS announced that it intended to invade Rome. The International Business Times reported that: As the Islamic State group expands its reach into Libya, the group also known as ISIS sits on the doorstep of a nation that has one of the largest Muslim populations in Europe: Italy. Show More Summary

Sisi's Egypt Pushes Migrants into the Sea

Europe wept crocodile tears over the mass grave that the Mediterranean has become. Reactions ranged from a begrudging acknowledgment from British officials that they got the consequences of Nato's military intervention in Libya wrong, to calls for another one. Show More Summary

Managing Europe's Migration Crisis

The capsizing of a vessel holding roughly 700 migrants bound for Italy from Libya marks the single largest loss of life since 2011, when the current wave of crossings began. Unfortunately, it is neither the first nor last tragedy of its kind. Show More Summary

An interview with Libya's ambassador to the United Nations

Civil war-torn Libya is rapidly approaching the status of a failed state -- and providing a haven for transnational terror and criminal organizations. The leader of Ansar Al-Shari'a, the largest jihadist group in Libya, has pledged allegiance to ISIS. Show More Summary

The Mediterranean Refugee Crisis

Overloaded Boat of Refugees Crossing the Mediterranean The civil wars that are tearing apart Libya and Syria are precipitating yet another humanitarian crisis as boat loads of desperate refugees attempt to cross the Mediterranean in order to seek asylum in the European Community. Show More Summary

Yemen: Another Failed U.S. Military Intervention

In addition to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya, yet another U.S. military intervention is in shambles: the U.S. drone war against al Qaeda's most potent regional affiliate--al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). Heretofore, despite the...Show More Summary

Libya's Descent to a Failed State

Nearly four years after NATO-backed rebels toppled the former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi, the North Africa country has plunged into chaotic unrest. The failure of last year's election to achieve political unity in Libya was most evident...Show More Summary

The Future of the Middle East

When I'm watching videos of ISIS destroying ancient statues or news coverage of the wars in Yemen, Libya, Syria, and Iraq, I'm thinking about other "victims" of the current turmoil in the Middle East--my students at the American University of Beirut. Show More Summary

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