Agenda

The Problem of Foreign Mercenaries in Libya: the Front for Change and Concord in Chad (FACT)

After many years of conflict in Libya, the 5 + 5 Joint Military Commission, which was formed by the representatives of the warring factions, agreed...

Algeria: Political Anxiety and Youth Mobility

On Feb. 22, 2019, millions of youth took to the largest cities’ streets across Algeria. They gathered together to denounce the fifth-term...

Tunisia: Battle of Ideas between Animosity and Polity

Tunisia’s political scene is witnessing a revolution that neither the deep state nor the secular intelligentsia saw coming. The al-Nahdha party...

The Turkish-Egyptian Rapprochement: Prospects for the Future

Following the release of numerous statements in the last couple of weeks by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and Turkey’s P...

Algeria: Hirak’s Achievements vs. Hirak is The Solution

Algerians are still wondering about the February 22, 2019 peaceful Hirak’s achievements and animosity. According to the realist analysts, a...

The Story of Tarhuna: the Kani Brothers and Mass Graves

Not only the corpses of those associated with any political or military group but also a remarkable number of civilians, including women and...

The Current UN Peace Process in Libya: A Bridge Too Far?

Various developments have marked the peace process in Libya since the failure of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces’ (LAAF) Tripoli Offensive of...

The Role of Foreign Actors in Libya: The Case of President Macron’s Enigmatic Libya Policy

France's foreign policy has been known for its realism and steadfastness under all presidents of the French Fifth Republic.1 However,...