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<h1><em>Expert analysis on developments in Libya.</em></h1>
United States backs UN efforts to resolve Libya crisis
Isil 'regrouping in southern Libya with support of al-Qaeda and preparing for further attacks'
Dead or alive? Why the world’s most-wanted terrorist has been killed at least three times
Royal Navy ship to patrol off the coast of Libya in battle against ISIS arms-smugglers in dramatic escalation of British role
Only a detailed dissection of the failures in decision-making during the Libyan intervention will stop the same mistakes being made again.
To break the unproductive cycle of negotiations in Libya, the international community needs to use more than words; it must back up the UN peace process with coercive tools
Tribal rivalries, a corrupt military, and the absence of a legitimate political infrastructure mean that a post-Qadhafi Libya would have to overcome numerous obstacles in the pursuit of democracy.
The UK government’s strategic narrative on the 2011 intervention in Libya had only mixed success in influencing the public’s view of the conflict
Despite the real threat posed by Daesh in Libya, its strength and coherence should not be exaggerated; the group remains only a single component in the country’s complex jihadist landscape
Norway’s experience during NATO’s 2011 intervention in Libya exemplifies the mounting challenges of coalition warfare for small states