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The Situation in Libya Was Discussed at the European Council on Foreign Relations

The participants of the seminar discussed issues of political settlement of the Libyan conflict and security problems On April 1, 2020, the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) organized a closed online seminar on the Russian perspective on the Libyan crisis. The participants of the seminar discussed issues of political settlement of the Libyan conflict and security problems. In addition, the topic of the recovery of the Libyan economy after the possible end of the civil war was discissed. From ...

01.04.2021

Turkey and Russia Remain at Odds as Libya Edges Towards Political Settlement

... Turkey and the GNA have also negotiated a maritime pact that cuts across internationally recognized waters in the Mediterranean which belong to Greece, Cyprus and Egypt, and where competition, having discovered natural gas reserves, is heating up. Russia’s motives in Libya are primarily economic. After Gaddafi was toppled, Russia, much like Turkey, lost lucrative contracts, and Moscow is now keen on salvaging unfulfilled deals. Unlike Turkey, however, Russia has fewer political goals in Libya, which allows for a ...

31.03.2021

A ‘Patriotic Heretic’ Favoring Renewal of U.S.-Russian Détente

... April 2018 Bucharest Declaration, members concurred that the alliance “welcomes Ukraine’s and Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations for membership ... [and] these countries will become members of NATO.” [ 28 ] On war in Syria, regime change in Libya, and Kosovo’s independence Cohen writes that a U.S.-Russia détente also died in Syria, where the two largely failed to cooperate to defeat Islamist extremist forces. And while some American politicians (such as Hillary Clinton) were promoting a logical “no fly zone” in Syria, Cohen thinks such a plan,...

18.03.2021

Sanctions Against Russia: A Look into 2021

Report 65/2021 Report 65/2021 The report analyses the application of foreign sanctions against Russian citizens, companies and economy sectors. It also considers global trends in the use of sanctions and restrictive measures against Russia within individual areas (the “Ukrainian package,” sanctions against pipeline projects, “cyber sanctions,...

11.03.2021

The Energy Sector, Competition and Security in the Eastern Mediterranean

... dialogue, UN mechanisms, and international law should bring the parties to de-escalate tensions. Russia’s Foreign Minister also said Moscow was ready to act as a mediator should it be necessary. Russia is particularly concerned about the Syrian and Libyan part of the Eastern Mediterranean since Russia has maintained a military presence in Syria since 2015. By 2020, the world had seen the violence in the Syrian crisis abating but, in 2019–2020, both Lebanon and Syria’s economic situation deteriorated steadily and man-made disasters and large-scale ...

15.12.2020

Prospects for Resolving the Libyan Conflict Were Discussed at the Strategicon Center

... November 15, 2020, an expert discussion “Libya: Towards Stabilization” took place at the site of the Strategicon Center. During the event, a wide range of issues related to the prospects for political stabilization in Libya and the development of Russian-Libyan relations were discussed. In addition, the participants discussed the role of regional powers in resolving the Libyan conflict, as well as inter-Libyan talks within the framework of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, which started in Tunisia ...

16.11.2020

Recep Erdogan in a Russian Minefield

... delimitation of economic zones in the Mediterranean, Turkey is pitted not only against Greece but also against virtually all of Russia's partners and friends in the Eastern Mediterranean. The "Greek issue," compounded by Turkey's activity in Libya (which makes Moscow uneasy), could trigger a new crisis in Russia–Turkey relations. Expansion of military-technical cooperation with Ukraine . Russia and Turkey have always had fundamentally different views on Ukraine and Crimea, especially since the outbreak of the Ukrainian crisis in 2014. One way or another,...

02.10.2020

Russia’s Game on the Libyan Field: From Gaddafi to Haftar

In the final analysis, Russia has succeeded in beating both Cairo and Abu Dhabi in the game they played on the Libyan field and pushing them out of their central positions Russia’s Libyan strategy has been rather contradictory since the 2011 February revolution in the country. Yet the Kremlin’s refusal to back any one party to the conflict, its constant manoeuvring and zigzagging on the Libyan field ultimately brought Russia unexpected ...

12.08.2020

Online Seminar “Assessing the Middle East conflicts (Lebanon, Iraq and Libya). View from Russia and Israel” Organized by RIAC and Center for Political Research MFA of Israel

... Affairs Council (RIAC) together with the Center for Political Research, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel, with the support of the Embassy of Israel in Russia held a closed online seminar “Assessing the Middle East conflicts (Lebanon, Iraq and Libya). View from Russia and Israel”. The event was attended by leading experts and diplomats from Russia and Israel. The seminar was divided into two sessions: "Political instability in Lebanon and Iraq: View from Russia and Israel" and "Libya: between ...

30.07.2020

Will Erdogan's Adventures Hurt Russian Soft Power?

... two countries can continue building their relations 'even under the anti-Russian situation of sanctions' by the EU.” He also expressed appreciation for “the established stance of the Greeks, that the architecture of security in Europe must include Russia as well.” And when asked about the recent Turkey-Libya memorandum on maritime zones, “the ambassador said he did not want to 'enter into detailed commentary' on the issue, which should be left to experts, but ' the main issue is to observe the principles of international law, including the Lausanne ...

24.07.2020
 

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