Emrah Kekilli graduated from Marmara University, Department of History in 2009. In 2015, he completed his MA in Department of History, Bilgi University. Kekilli had been to Libya in 2012 as a representative of Anadolu Agency, and he worked as a general manager of a Turkish company which was active in Libya. He came back to Turkey in 2015 and worked as an interpreter in Arabic-Turkish for international media institutions. Focusing specifically on Libya, he carries on studies on the Arab World. His research interests revolve around the foreign policy strategies of regional actors in the Arab World, the alliances and conflict zones between international and regional actors, the role of the religious movements within the regional balances and the future of the Palestinian Issue.
Why did the Turkish delegation withdraw from the Conference on Libya held in Palermo, Italy? What is Turkey’s position on the Libyan crisis? What is at the source of the Libyan crisis? Could the Conference on Libya in Palermo be a solution to the crisis? Is a solution possible in Libya?