By John Lee.
Convening another conference on Libya is a recipe for continued political stagnation, unless it addresses concretely the issue of illegal arms imports, according to an opinion piece in The Hill.
Ben Fishman, a senior fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, argues that the 2011 arms embargo remains in effect only on paper, and says that the only way to alter the potential for renewed political negotiations is to begin draining each side’s source of weapons and materiel.
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(Source: The Hill)