The Washington Post quotes Rafik Hariri Center Senior Fellow Karim Mezran on Libya’s economic situation and its depleted oil revenue:

Some Western officials are hoping the situation will be a wake-up call for the feuding sides, prompting them to compromise. There is also talk of putting Libya’s reserves or revenues in an internationally administered escrow account to shield it from misuse, which Karim Mezran, a Libya scholar with the Atlantic Council, said should be “a last resort.”

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