Libya: A Glimmer Of Hope


The withdrawal of a powerful militia group from Tripoli and a small increase in oil and gas exports offer some reprieve for the embattled government.


The pendulum of Libya’s fortunes swung back in favor of the central government this week – albeit without much verve – as some of the troublesome militias withdrew from Tripoli and one of the country’s oil and gas export terminals reopened.

The capital was the...