A Rush for the Exits in Libya

by Wayne White The withdrawal of American and most other foreign missions from Libya has left its people more alone than ever before. Legitimate political authority and much of the economy has been seriously damaged. Despite temporary successes, none of… Continue Reading  

Libya’s Post-War Chaos Needs More Attention

by Wayne White The Libyan Parliament’s abrupt dismissal last week of Prime Minister Ali Zeidan takes Libya another step closer to even greater confusion and instability. With an oil-starved central government also drifting closer to bankruptcy, Libya’s options going forward… Continue Reading  

Time For Greater International Focus on Libya

by Wayne White Instability and danger drove the international community to leave Libya to its own devices back in 2012, but Libya’s internal woes have only worsened. NATO and its regional allies hoped spillover from Libyan strife could be kept to… Continue Reading