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The plan for peace in Libya could cause further splits

The planned government of national unity could be a compromise which pleases nobody

By Ethan Chorin  

Soldiers on armed vehicles attend a march near the Martyrs' Square in Tripoli, Libya, on July 8, 2015, to celebrate the 4th anniversary of Tripoli's liberation from Muammar Gaddafi. © HAMZA TURKIA/LANDOV/Press Association Images

The latest round of UN sponsored talks to catalyse a Libyan unity government has concluded  on familiar optimistic and menacing notes. The…

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