Libya’s revolution has, indeed, been hijacked –not by Taliban-styled Salafi radicals, or the tentacles of insidious Western imperialism, but by ideologues eager to project pre-packaged hypotheses (be it democratization towards the utopia of secular modernity or entrenchment in global neo-liberalism with conservative fascism proves the rule of the day). The July 7th elections appeared to break the wave of more »
Today, Libyans await the General National Congress to approve Prime Minister Ali Zeidan’s proposed cabinet and take the reins from a temporary government that has failed on an overall scale to provide the most basic necessities that Libyans need to begin the rebuilding stage of their country. Over a year has passed since the country’s more »
Libya needs another licensed Internet provider to compete with LTT in providing Internet services to the country.
How the embattled administration could save its legacy before it’s too late.
What challenges will Libyan writers face as they sit down to pen a revolution that has yet to end?
Libya’s energy sector — dependent on oil — is largely unsustainable. But what are the alternatives?
Johnny Rocket’s and Burger Fuel among others preparing to move into Tripoli.