There may now be a glimmer of hope, however, as a U.N.-led effort in Libya starts to gain more traction. As an essential element of this leadership, the United States should return Americans, and a U.S. Embassy and ambassador, to Libya. An oversight board composed of Libyan technocrats and foreign experts would assess eligibility based on the actual behavior of the local actors. Counterterrorism would remain a top priority for the United States and other countries under the new approach. However, it would be pursued in a more nuanced way, with tighter standards about which local actors to choose as partners.
Source: Libya Today February 11, 2019 14:03 UTC