The National Council on U.S.-Libya Relations (NCUSLR) has committed itself to visiting and reporting on various regions of Libya in order to better inform Americans of the evolving status of Libya. We believe that direct, unimpeded exposure is the best way to provide accurate information about the situation in Libya from all aspects.
On the first of several planned trips to various regions of conflict-ridden Libya, NCUSLR board members Hani Shennib and Wolfgang Pusztai, alo
Click here to read the article Our Comment: Prince Idris al-Senussi argues in this article that a restoration of the 1951 constitution is the way to get Libya out of its current crisis. But is he really right? Libya is a deeply divided country. Field Marshal Heftar is considered by many in the East the savior of the country, while most Misrati and many other Tripolitanians consider him as their nemesis. Mos t citizens of the capital Tripoli reject any major influence of