The ink is barely dry on a new joint statement on Libya. But already the roadmap is under threat from developments on the ground.
High-level officials and analysts discuss the challenges facing Tunisia's transition, and the development of the political process in Libya
This event looked at how and where European actors and institutions can better work towards overcoming crisis and strengthening resilience in these two critical countries
Adding NATO to Operation Sophia is unlikely to substantially change the picture – though it won’t hurt. Instead, in the coming months the EU should focus on three policy baskets.
How can Europe support the UN-brokered Libyan political agreement and help stabilise Libya?
ECFR’s director Mark Leonard speaks with ECFR policy fellows Ellie Geranmayeh, Julien Barnes-Dacey and Mattia Toaldo, about the recent talks in Vienna where foreign minister…
In Libya there are very few truly national actors, the vast majority are local players. This guide explains who the players are and what they control.
After more than a year of efforts, some Libyan factions have signed a UN-backed political agreement. The newly created Government of National Accord, which moved…
The unity government offers the best chance of stabilising Libya, stemming refugee flows and pushing back ISIS, and Europe should focus on strengthening it
Is a long term solution to Libya’s civil war in sight? And what should the British government’s strategy be?