The diplomatic crisis in the Gulf is complicating the state of play in Libya.
Elissa Miller is a non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Rafik Hariri Centre for the Middle East.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson released the fiscal year 2018 budget request for the State De
Reports have circulated that the son of former Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi, who had been deta
Following an attack on Egyptian Coptic Christians in Minya for which the Islamic State (ISIS) cla
Libya has been prominent in the international media over the past month.
The two major parties to Libya’s conflict have met for talks in Abu Dhabi in an apparent breakth
Escalation in Libya’s south could be harbinger of worse things to come
Last month marked the sixth anniversary of NATO’s intervention in post-uprising Libya.
Libya’s state of unrest was fully evident on March 3rd, when fighting broke out between the Bengh
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry recently visited Washington for the first time since the
Rival factions in Libya visited Cairo for an attempt by the Egyptian government to facilitate a p
Libya took centre stage recently as Europe addressed the migration crisis in the Mediterranean.
Relations between Russia and Rex Tillerson, US President Donald Trump’s pick to be secretary of
US foreign policy in the Middle East and North Africa has been preoccupied by responses to crises
Washington - As much of the Middle East and North Africa has succumbed to turmoil, Egypt under Pr
This week, Tunisia will hold its long-awaited Tunisia 2020 investment conference, which aims to
Predictably, most of the attention given to foreign policy in the Middle East this election seaso
Since 2011, assistance from the European Union has been a crucial and a continued source of suppo
As in 2011, when NATO launched its ill-fated intervention in Libya, it appears that the North Afr