Libya’s future dependent on external key actors
In an article published with Brookings on 15 June, Ranj Alaaldin and Emadeddin Badi highlight the proxy nature of the Libyan conflict, especially since increased military support from Turkey to the Government of National Accord (GNA) allowed to destabilize Khalifa Haftar’s advances in Westen Libya. Alaaldin and Badi argue that Libya’s future is highly dependent on the strategies adopted by external actors such as Turkey or Russia in the short term. Considering this, they encourage the United States as well as Europe to join their efforts to present an alternative for Libya.
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