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Libya

Libya's absent national dialogue

Mustafa Fetouri, 13 February 2015 Dealing with the consequences of a violent upheaval such as the civil war in Libya in 2011 is problematic in a context of political instability such as the one that...

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A model for dialogue and national reconciliation in Libya

Jamal Bennor , 12 February 2015 In 1946 Libyans adopted the Harabi Charter, in which they put aside their past differences and allowed the country to move towards independence and consensus based on...

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Libya

Dialogue in Libya: challenges and conditions of success

Abdallah Hadeed , 21 January 2015 Libya is entering its fourth year after the announcement of the country’s liberation on October 23rd 2011, which was supposed to end the fighting. However, the...

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Eritrea

Eritrean opposition parties and civic organisations

This expert analysis explores the roots of the friction among exiled Eritrean opposition parties and civic organisations. It gives a short overview over the recent political history and social...

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Colombia

The Colombian peace process: paradoxes and dilemmas

Juan Gabriel Tokatlián, 14 January 2015 The parties to the conflict in Colombia are relatively close to a final agreement, but obstacles remain. Internal tensions remain high in Colombia, despite the...

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Libya

Stealing the revolution: violence and predation in Libya

Executive summary The success of Libya’s 2011 revolution has given way to political disarray, an institutional vacuum, and an extraordinary proliferation of non-state and quasi-state armed groups...

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oPt

Israel's "big fears-big stick" syndrome

Tamar Hermann, 28 August 2014 The July-August 2014 Gaza operation brought in its wake an unprecedented wave of external criticism of Israel's overuse of its military’s firepower. In light of the...

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