Guma El-Gamaty is a Libyan academic and politician who heads the Taghyeer Party in Libya and a member of the UN-backed Libyan political dialogue process.
Comment: A resolution to Libya's enduring conflict will require resolving how oil revenues are distributed, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: Although the international players involved in Libya keep publicly affirming that the solution can only be political, many of them keep privately fueling the war, writes Guma ElGamaty.
Comment: While the Berlin Conference had some promising elements, the fragile ceasefire has already been broken, endangering hopes for lasting peace, writes Guma ElGamaty.
Comment: The overwhelming evidence against Haftar means there should be no delay in the ICC investigating him for war crimes, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: US backing is deemed to be a game-changer in Libya, with Haftar and the GNA both hoping to win over a largely disinterested president, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: France is pursuing its own interests in Libya, at the expense of Libyan aspirations for a democratic state, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: Haftar's attempt to take Tripoli means he can no longer be trusted as a political partner in the UN-backed political process, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: If Haftar is successful, it could derail any hopes of transitioning to a constitutional, democratic Libya, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: The transitional vacuum after regime collapse creates opportunities for those in power to line their pockets quickly, writes Guma El-Gamaty.
Comment: There needs to be a paradigm shift in the way the role of women is viewed in Libyan society, writes Guma El-Gamaty.