Six years after protests first erupted in February 2011 against the brutal and repressive rule of Colonel Muammar al-Qadhafi, Libya remains a country beset by deepening political fragmentation, bloody internecine conflict and accelerating […]
About Jason PackJason Pack is the founder of EyeOnISISinLibya.com, president of Libya-Analysis and the North Africa Analyst at Risk Intelligence. He holds an M.St. in Global and Imperial history from St. Antony’s College, Oxford University and is currently on a leave of absence from his position as a doctoral student at Cambridge University. His media output consists of over a hundred op-eds and news analysis articles in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, The Spectator, The Guardian, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy and other top outlets in over fifteen countries. Jason’s advisory work has consisted of frequent meetings with the MoD, FCO, DoD, State Department, NATO and the UN.
View all posts by Jason Pack →
As the American election nears, each day brings fresh news of territorial losses by the Islamic State (ISIS) in the center of its Caliphate, Mosul. As the coalition of Iraqi Army soldiers, Kurdish […]
ANALYSIS – During its rapid rise in 2014 and 2015, the Islamic State in Libya had money to burn. Where did the cash come from, and can the militant group survive its present […]