Why Is the Lockerbie Lie of Libya’s Involvement Still Being Kept Alive Today?

Why Is the Lockerbie Lie of Libya’s Involvement Still Being Kept Alive Today?

The interesting detail of the Lockerbie bombing was the extent of how far the plotters went to divert blame to Libya. There can be no better example of the old saying “a lie can travel half way around the world before the truth is even putting its shoes on” than Lockerbie. This tragic story of…

Libyan Knot: No Solution Yet

Libyan Knot: No Solution Yet

In early October, Turkey and the outgoing government in Tripoli, led by Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, signed an agreement allowing Ankara to explore energy resources in the Mediterranean. According to general opinion in the Arab press and among political scientists, this is not only a blatant violation of international maritime law. It is also confirmation that…

Turkiye-Libya Gas Deal Exacerbates Regional Situation

Turkiye-Libya Gas Deal Exacerbates Regional Situation

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, who was visiting Tripoli on October 3, signed with Najla Mangoush, Foreign Minister of the Government of National Unity (GoNU), memoranda on cooperation between the two countries in the oil and gas sector, including joint exploration. The deals were also signed by the North African country’s Minister of Economy and…

The Road to World War III: How US-NATO Forces Turned Libya into Hell on Earth

The Road to World War III: How US-NATO Forces Turned Libya into Hell on Earth

The war in Ukraine is basically about the US-NATO’s long-term plan to destroy Russia’s rise as a major player on the world stage.  In 2019, The Rand Corporation published ‘Overextending and Unbalancing Russia: Assessing the Impact of Cost-Imposing Options’ which recommended several measures that would essentially disrupt Russia’s inevitable rise.  The Rand Corporation’s measures are…

Libya and the Way Out of a Severe Crisis

Libya and the Way Out of a Severe Crisis

Violence has returned to the streets of the Libyan capital Tripoli for the third time this year, as prevailing tensions between the North African country’s two parallel governments have again escalated sharply. With 32 people killed and 160 injured, mostly civilians, the warring militias have not even spared hospitals in their attempts to control more…