Mohamed Eljarh

Atlantic Council

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Libya-based non-resident fellow with the Atlantic Council's Rafik Hariri Centre for the Middle East

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President Obama says chaos in Libya is one of his major foreign-policy failures — with three rival governments all beset by the forces of ISIS.

Will Libya Be America's Next Quagmire in the Middle East?

President Obama says chaos in Libya is one of his major foreign-policy failures — with three rival governments all beset by the forces of ISIS.

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