Libya's chaotic civil war and status as a failed state threatens world peace.
Libya’s new civil war is quickly becoming a war fought on many
layered and at times competing fronts. There is now a regional,
ideological and internationalised font in a war for what remains the
heart and soul of a failed state that was once the most united, wealthy
and stable in Africa. It was also incidentally the most effective state
in Africa at prosecuting terrorism, more so even than the much larger
Egypt, a country which spiritually and culturally is far more Levantine
than Maghrebi (Arab Africa) as it stands.
Here’s what you need to know about where things stand in the Libyan failed state.