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07/01/2014
Libya and the security of energy infrastructures
2013 was not a remarkable year for Libya’s energy sector. Indeed, it was quite the opposite. Libya’s energy infrastructures have been targeted since the beginning of last year by a heterogeneous group of actors including: rebels, ethnic minorities, employees and guards—each bringing different demands to the already unstable government lead by Ali Zeidan...
20/11/2013
Libya: “Cyrenaican Political Bureau” announces regional oil company
On Sunday, November 10, 2013, the Prime Minister of the self-declared Cyrenaican autonomous government, Abd-Rabbo al-Barassi, announced the creation of the Libyan Oil and Gas Corporation.
26/09/2012
How did America react to the attack in Benghazi?
The dissemination on Youtube of extracts of the Arab language version of the polemical film “Innocence of Muslims” set off (...)
26/09/2012
Quelles réactions américaines après l'attaque de Benghazi ?
La diffusion sur Youtube d’extraits traduits en arabe du film polémique « Innocence of Muslims » a provoqué une flambée (...)
09/05/2011
Libya: who are our new allies in reality?
In a book to be published this week, our friend and colleague Laszlo Liszkaï disclosed interesting facts on the new “friends” (...)
09/05/2011
Libye : qui sont vraiment nos nouveaux alliés ?
Dans un livre à paraître cette semaine, notre collaborateur et ami Laszlo Liszkaï apporte de troublantes révélations (...)
31/03/2011
The terrorist threat linked to the Libyan crisis
On March 24, 2011, the British Security Service (BSS also known as MI5) warned of possible retaliation attacks (...)
31/03/2011
The terrorist threat linked to the Lybian crisis
On March 24, 2011, the British Security Service (BSS also known as MI5) warned of possible retaliation attacks by “Libyan expatriates” (...)
29/03/2011
Libya: Operation "Odyssey dawn"; major developments from day 6 to day 10
On March 24, French Foreign Minister, Mr Alain Juppé said that he believes the military operations “may take weeks, but not months” (...)
24/03/2011
Libya: operation "Odyssey dawn" days 4 and 5
Military operations continued on March 22 and 23 and are due to continue in the coming days (...)
22/03/2011
Libya: Operation "Odyssey dawn", days 2 and 3
International coalition’s military operations continued over Libya Sunday March 20 and Monday March 21 (...)
20/03/2011
Libya: Operation "Odyssey dawn", day 1
Operation Odyssey Dawn began Saturday March 19, in the afternoon with the announcement, shortly after 03:00 PM that French jets (...)
18/03/2011
Libya/UN: full text of the draft adopted tonight in the Security Council
Libya: DRAFT SCR (...)
18/03/2011
Libya: what's next?
This could be the turning point in the civil war which ravages Libya (...)
10/03/2011
French recognition of the Libyan rebels is a gamble
We don’t know if French President Nicolas Sarkozy is a poker player but he obviously gambled today (...)
01/03/2011
"Military options" against Libya: gunboat diplomacy or real possibility?
Various declarations and statement in the last days highlighted the increased chances of a Western military intervention in Libya (...)
21/02/2011
Libya: dictatorship or chaos?
The ongoing events in Libya are not similar to those which happened in Tunisia in January and in Egypt a few weeks ago (...)

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