Nothing is set in stone for Libya’s future
In an article published on 10 December with The Global Observatory, Nate Mason highlights that despite efforts at international levels to push forward a solution to the Libyan crisis, the situation in Libya is not likely to get better any time soon. Mason explores different outcomes and demonstrates that while some solutions have been identified as a way out of the crisis, the exact contrary could still happen. As an example, Mason explores what could happen if the military solution did take over the Libyan conflict. Mason argues that to prevent the military solution to prevail, the United States should work to limit the influence of actors such as Egypt and Russia in Libya as they tend to favour General Haftar and his resort to violence.
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