The Berlin Libya Conference: a moment to shine for European foreign policy?
Anthony Dworkin stands in for our usual host, Mark Leonard, to de-brief the Berlin Conference on Libya. Together with the ECFR’s experts Asli Aydıntaşbaş, Tarek Megerisi and Arturo Varvelli, he discusses Europe’s attempt to get back in the game in Libya after the country has been torn apart by many foreign forces and players. They evaluate the conference’s turnout and analyse the final agreements – while also looking at another question: what does this all say about European foreign policy?
This podcast was recorded on 23 January 2020.
- "The Confines of the Shadow" by Alessandro Spina
- "International Schemes, Libyan Realities" by Wolfram Lacher
- "The Balkan Trilogy" by Olivia Manning
Further read on ecfr.eu
- Views from the capitals: The Libya conference in Berlin
- A chance for leadership: German foreign policy after the killing of Qassem Soleimani by René Wildangel
- How Italy was marginalised in Libya by Mattia Giampaolo
- How to repair Europe’s credibility in Libya by Tarek Megerisi
Libya talks in Berlin (c) Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung / en.kremlin.ru (cropped) - CC BY