Tag Archives | Conservative Middle East Council (CMEC)

Libya: Have we Failed a Failing State?

On Monday 20th January, the UK's Conservative Middle East Council (CMEC) hosted a roundtable discussion on Libya with Peter Millett (former UK Ambassador to Libya), Tim Eaton (Chatham House) and Tarek Megerisi (European Council on Foreign Relations - ECFR). You can listen to the discussion here. (Source: CMEC)

New CMEC Report on Libya's Migrant Crisis

The UK's Conservative Middle East Council (CMEC) has published a new report on Libya's migrant crisis. This follows a recent visit by a CMEC delegation to Catania in Sicily to investigate the issues underlying the challenge of the migration crisis facing Southern Europe. The delegation witnessed a migrant landing from a Save the Children search […]

UK Lawmakers push for Urgent Engagement with Haftar

A report by the Conservative Middle East Council (CMEC) -- an influential body set up to ensure that British Conservative parliamentarians understand the Middle East -- has urged the UK to engage with Khalifa Haftar, the Libyan National Army (LNA), and the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR). It also says the UK should reconsider its relationship […]