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The Libyan crisis, 10 years on
For the last decade, external sponsors and non-state actors have pursued conflicting interests in Libya, turning the initial civil war into a protracted conflict with no end in sight. However, recent events suggest that the country is once again on Washington’s radar. Given the wide-ranging regional security risks posed by the situation, the Biden administration is likely to become involved in some capacity.