The EU’s incoherent policy on Libya has allowed Russia to gain a lot of ground just south of its shores.
Guma El-Gamaty is a Libyan academic and politician who heads the Taghyeer Party in Libya. He is a member of the UN-backed Libyan political dialogue pr... ocess.
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Shifting dynamics on the ground in Libya have established Turkey and Russia as the main power-brokers in the conflict.
Both internal and external actors have undermined UN efforts to keep the political process in Libya alive.
There are three possible outcomes of the ongoing military conflict in western Libya.
Efforts to stabilise the situation in Libya should start with curbing foreign interference in the country.
Libyan General Khalifa Haftar may have survived his illness but the struggle for his seat has already started.
Regional interference is the most significant obstacle to a sustainable peace and prosperous future in Libya.
The current EU anti-migration and anti-terror policies towards Libya will only destabilise it further.
The UAE perceives the possibility of a stable, peaceful and prosperous Libya as a threat to its status in the region.
The conflict in Libya is a scramble for power and wealth.