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Here is a look at where the Libyan conflict is heading after some critical developments in the past few months.
"Our plans are not to occupy Ukraine, we do not plan to impose ourselves on anyone," said Vladimir Putin after the Russian military strike on Ukraine. Is he saying one thing and meaning another?
Libya’s upcoming presidential vote - or its absence - could force a U-turn back towards violence, as elections often do in fragile contexts.
Libya’s warring sides might be moving towards a political settlement through upcoming elections but risks for a military conflict remain.
Under the Biden administration, various normalisation efforts have started across the region, ranging from Turkey-Egypt rapprochement, to Iran-Saudi talks.
After a decade-long catastrophic fighting, the country’s western and eastern forces take the path of reconciliation. But experts doubt it could end the civil war.
A series of decisions under Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has led the Kingdom down a path of irrelevance.
Experts point fingers at Haftar's ally Russia, saying Moscow might be facilitating the Iranian weapons supply into the war-torn country.
Haftar, a dual citizen of the US and Libya, has waged a brutal war against the UN-recognised Tripoli government, leading to thousands of deaths in the civil war.
Sarraj’s resignation might be designed to pave the way for a new reconciliation process between the Tripoli government and the Tobruk-based eastern political forces.
Cairo has been reduced to a mere observer in the Libyan conflict as Turkish drones in the service of the UN-recognised Tripoli government alter the battleground equation.
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