Writing for CMEC, Jason Pack, argues for greater UK participation in Libya.
France’s embassy in Libya was hit by a car bomb early on Tuesday morning, injuring two guards and causing serious damage to the building.
Borzou Daragahi, in the Financial Times, anaysles growing unrest in the wake of the Libyan elections.
Shashank Joshi outlines some of the reasons for the current bout of unrest in the Middle East for BBC News.
The US ambassador to Libya and three other embassy staff killed by an armed Islamist mob that stormed and set fire to the United States consulate in Benghazi, say Libyan officials.
Duncan Pickard of the Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East outlines the problems facing Libya in drafting a new constitution.
Omar Ashour from Exeter University writes in Al Jazeera about the extraordinary success of liberals in the recent Libyan elections and why the Islamists lost.
Shashank Joshi, a speaker at previous CMEC events and doctoral student at Harvard University’s Department of Government, looks at the Libyan elections and how they will change the analysis of the Arab Spring.
An article by Jason Pack, a researcher in Middle Eastern history at the University of Cambridge, on Al Jazeera looks at why four ICC officials continue to remain incarcerated despite intense international pressure to release them.
The arrest of an ICC lawyer visiting Saif Gaddafi raises many important questions about the future of Libya writes Vivienne Walt for TIME.