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Where Does China Stand on the Libya Conflict?
June 18, 2019

Where Does China Stand on the Libya Conflict?

By Samuel Ramani
China's experiences in the last Libya conflict are informing its position this time around.

Indonesia and Libya are Restoring Ties in Post-Gaddafi Era
April 29, 2017

Indonesia and Libya are Restoring Ties in Post-Gaddafi Era

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
The Arab Spring caused a break in relations, but the two countries are on track in rebuilding their partnership.
Why Sanctions Won’t Stop North Korea
March 13, 2016

Why Sanctions Won’t Stop North Korea

By Jack Hands
Look to Libya in 2011 to see what Pyongyang’s elites have long understood.

North Korean MH17 Scenario Extremely Unlikely
July 22, 2014

North Korean MH17 Scenario Extremely Unlikely

By Clint Richards
Despite the U.S. banning its aircraft from Pyongyang airspace, the chances of a DPRK missile attack are remote.

Iraq Exposes Limits of China’s Non-Interference Policy
July 01, 2014

Iraq Exposes Limits of China’s Non-Interference Policy

By Oliver Bräuner
Like Libya and Sudan, the recent crisis in Iraq underscores the limits of China’s non-interference policy.

The Pitfalls to China’s Mideast Policy
June 25, 2014

The Pitfalls to China’s Mideast Policy

By Jeffrey Payne
China will realize that its presence in the region will cost more than planned and regularly ensnare it in conflict.

Could Iraq Be Another Libya for China?
June 24, 2014

Could Iraq Be Another Libya for China?

By Andrea Ghiselli
The crisis in Iraq again reveals the costs of China’s low military profile in the region.
North Korean Oil Tanker Intercepted by Libyan Navy
March 11, 2014

North Korean Oil Tanker Intercepted by Libyan Navy

By Ankit Panda
A North Korean oil tanker which docked at Libya's Es Sider port and loaded $36 million in crude has been intercepted.

Iran's Nuclear Deal and the Misuse of History
November 27, 2013

Iran's Nuclear Deal and the Misuse of History

The North Korean and Libyan nuclear diplomacy models have little in common with Iran today.

Why Technical Solutions Can’t Solve Nuclear Problems
September 30, 2013

Why Technical Solutions Can’t Solve Nuclear Problems

History has shown that only a US-Iranian rapprochement can provide a lasting solution to the nuclear issue.

With Friends Like These: China's 'Pariah' Problem
August 22, 2012

With Friends Like These: China's 'Pariah' Problem

Beijing’s ties with Iran, North Korea and position on the conflict in Syria undermine its global aspirations.

India’s Libya Shame Will Haunt It
April 06, 2012

India’s Libya Shame Will Haunt It

India’s decision to abstain in a U.N. vote over Libya this time last year has hurt the country’s moral standing. Why vote against democracy?

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