Workshop

Libya Task Force: Haftars Angriff auf Tripolis

Das Regionalprogramm Politischer Dialog im Südlichen Mittelmeer organisiert ein Treffen der Libya Task Force zur jüngsten Offensive von Khalifa Haftars LNA auf die libysche Hauptstadt Tripolis.

Details

09:00

Welcoming Remarks and Introduction

Dr. Canan Atilgan, Director, KAS Regional Program Political Dialogue South Mediterranean, Tunis

 

09:15

Looking back: How did we get here?

HE Dr. Mahmoud Gebril, former Prime Minister of Libya & President of the National Forces Alliance, Cairo

 

09:45

Political and military realities in and around Tripoli

What is the current situation in and around Tripoli? How are LNA and GNA-affiliated forces positioned throughout the country? Which alliances exist and how are the chances that the now united Western militias will fragment again?

Moderated by Dr. Wolfram Lacher, Senior Associate, Middle East and Africa Division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Berlin

 

11:00

Coffee break

 

11:30

Breaking it down: Who are the main players?

Who are the main Libyan and international actors involved in the current crisis and what are their objectives? How is the internationalization of the conflict materializing? Where do other Libyan actors stand?

Moderated by Tarek Megerisi, Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations, London

 

12:45

Lunch

 

14:15

Back to the drawing board: How to adjust to the new realities?

After the failure of the reconciliation efforts made by UNSMIL, what is left of the UN-led peace process? Who and what will emerge after the end of the current conflict? What are existing initiatives and mechanisms to solve the standoff and on which basis could political negotiations resume?

Moderated by Arturo Varvelli, Senior Research Fellow, ISPI, Milan

 

15:30

Coffee break

 

16:00

Unterhändler Germany: Mediating Libya in the EU

How can Libya be preserved from turning into yet another global proxy war? How can Germany take on the role as a mediator in the Libyan crisis? How can the EU be convinced to adopt a cohesive policy approach? How can governmental working groups such as the P3+3 be expanded to include other relevant states and institutions?

Moderated by David Gudisch, Deputy Head of Mission, German Embassy Tripoli, Tunis

 

17:15

End of the workshop

Programm

09:00

Welcoming Remarks and Introduction

Dr. Canan Atilgan, Director, KAS Regional Program Political Dialogue South Mediterranean, Tunis

 

09:15

Looking back: How did we get here?

HE Dr. Mahmoud Gebril, former Prime Minister of Libya & President of the National Forces Alliance, Cairo

 

09:45

Political and military realities in and around Tripoli

What is the current situation in and around Tripoli? How are LNA and GNA-affiliated forces positioned throughout the country? Which alliances exist and how are the chances that the now united Western militias will fragment again?

Moderated by Dr. Wolfram Lacher, Senior Associate, Middle East and Africa Division, German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP), Berlin

 

11:00

Coffee break

 

11:30

Breaking it down: Who are the main players?

Who are the main Libyan and international actors involved in the current crisis and what are their objectives? How is the internationalization of the conflict materializing? Where do other Libyan actors stand?

Moderated by Tarek Megerisi, Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations, London

 

12:45

Lunch

 

14:15

Back to the drawing board: How to adjust to the new realities?

After the failure of the reconciliation efforts made by UNSMIL, what is left of the UN-led peace process? Who and what will emerge after the end of the current conflict? What are existing initiatives and mechanisms to solve the standoff and on which basis could political negotiations resume?

Moderated by Arturo Varvelli, Senior Research Fellow, ISPI, Milan

 

15:30

Coffee break

 

16:00

Unterhändler Germany: Mediating Libya in the EU

How can Libya be preserved from turning into yet another global proxy war? How can Germany take on the role as a mediator in the Libyan crisis? How can the EU be convinced to adopt a cohesive policy approach? How can governmental working groups such as the P3+3 be expanded to include other relevant states and institutions?

Moderated by David Gudisch, Deputy Head of Mission, German Embassy Tripoli, Tunis

 

17:15

End of the workshop

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