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Überraschungsbesuch in Libyen: Steinmeier und Ayrault treffen neue Regierung
Mit einem Kurzbesuch in Libyen wollen Außenminister Steinmeier und sein französischer Kollege Ayrault die neue Einheitsregierung unterstützen. Das kommt der faktischen Anerkennung der neuen Machtinhaber gleich. //&! bit.ly/1SlTrWz - David Cameron under pressure to come clean over plans to send British troops to Libya. As EU ministers meet to find way forward for war-torn state, MPs demand truth about reports of UK deployments.
refugee  crisis  European  Union  Brussels  Lybia  Libya  Libyen  Turkey  Erdogan  geopolitics  foreign  policy  domestic  affairs  UK  USA  ISIS 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
The Middle East is now Europe's backyard
We are accustomed to thinking about policy in binary terms - domestic politics on the one hand, foreign affairs on the other.
But as the tragic events in Brussels demonstrate once again, home and away are not so easily separated.
Indeed, in a fundamental sense, the problems of a fragmenting Middle East are fast-becoming Europe's problems too.
ISIS  Middle  East  history  Iraq  War  Afghanistan  Syria  Syrien  civil  War  on  Terror  military  intervention  foreign  policy  domestic  affairs  European  Union  Boko  Haram  al-Qaeda  al-Qaida  Taliban  Lybia  Libya  Libyen  Turkey  refugee  crisis 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Is public support for refugees in the UK dropping? - BBC News
A new poll indicates that support in Britain for taking in more refugees may be sliding. [...] bc people can't personalise the facts and figures. talk is only about numbers. not individual stories! the voices of refugees are not heard proportionately to what is written about "the crisis." ... rather than a task to do because the west has meddled in the middle east since WW1 in its own interest. the west supported the fall of lybian leader gaddafi, the west supported a regime change in egypt. the west looked away in Syria.
jasminrevolution  Arab-Spring  refugee  crisis  Middle  East  geopolitics  politics  Syrien  Syria  Egypt  Lybia  Libya  Muammar  Gaddafi  public  sentiment  Germany  UK  austerity  Fiscal  Pact  social  safety  net  welfare  state  Schuldenbremse 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Syria conflict: Jordanians 'at boiling point' over refugees - BBC News
Syria conflict: Jordan facing refugee dilemma. - Jordan is facing pressure to help more refugees, despite the possible risk to its security. King Abdullah says his country is at "boiling point" because of an influx of hundreds of thousands of Syrian - bbc.in/1KqNPqp //&! bbc.in/1nHq6I7 - Cuts to food aid 'forcing refugees to flee Jordan' (Sep 2015) - As European governments struggle with the migrant crisis, the World Food Programme is being forced to cut aid to vulnerable Syrian refugees in the Middle East. Some say they will now have to try to reach Europe. //&! Can Syrian refugees live on $13.50 a month? - bbc.in/1QGIoCT //&! Syrian businesses operate out of Jordan's largest refugee camp. Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is home to more than 120,000 - bbc.in/1JYTunt
Jordan  refugee  crisis  Turkey  Germany  Angela  Merkel  UNHCR  WHO  civil  war  ISIS  Russia  islamic  extremism  islamic  radicalism  Assad  USA  NATO  Lybia  Libya  migration  Middle  East  Lebanon 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
‘Britain made same mistakes in Libya as it did in Iraq’ | World news | The Guardian
However, despite claims by Hague last week that the UK had not repeated the mistakes made after the Iraq war, Maiteeg said that, following the initial military intervention, the “help did not continue”.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Weltwirtschaftsforum in Davos: Die Welt bangt um Europa - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Wie steht es um Europa? Schlimm, wenn man der Stimmung beim Weltwirtschaftsforum in Davos glaubt. In den Augen vieler droht der Kontinent auseinanderzudriften. Die letzte Hoffnung ruht auf Angela Merkel. [...] Schäubles Andeutung wird zum "Marshall-Plan" Wie groß die Erwartungen sind, die auf Deutschland ruhen, zeigen auch die Reaktionen auf den Vorstoß von Finanzminister Schäuble, "viele Milliarden Euro" in die Nachbarländer Syriens zu investieren, um diese zu stabilisieren und zu verhindern, dass die Flüchtlinge weiter nach Europa drängen. So vage Schäubles Worte waren, so begehrlich wurden sie aufgenommen. Von einem "neuen Marshallplan" war gleich die Rede. "Ich bin begeistert von dieser Idee", jubelte sogar Milliardär Soros - ansonsten nicht unbedingt ein Freund Schäubles.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
"After Me, The Jihad," Gaddafi Tried To Warn The West, But Nobody Listened | Zero Hedge
Before the French Revolution and its Reign of Terror, Louis XV predicted, “After me, the Deluge.” Before being overthrown, Libya’s secular dictator tried to warn the West of a new Reign of Terror, essentially foretelling, “After me, the Jihad.” This was disclosed with the recent release of phone conversations from early 2011 between Muammar Gaddafi and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Muammar  Gaddafi  jihadist  Middle  East  Libya  Lybia  ISIS  refugee  crisis  Egypt  jasminrevolution  Arab-Spring  history 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
UN support of Libyan government set to open door for potential UK airstrikes | World news | The Guardian
UK-sponsored resolution, expected to be approved on Wednesday, will allow Libya to invite foreign countries in to fight Isis
Libya  Lybia  ISIS 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Warplanes in Libyan skies may signal next major battle in fight to contain Islamic State | World news | The Guardian
Jihadis in Libya are seizing control of greater chunks of the fractured nation’s territory and imposing a rule of terror. As another strategic city, Ajdabiya, comes under Isis attack, military planners across Europe are preparing the way for Nato forces to intervene
ISIS  Libya  Lybia 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Yemen conflict: Governor of Aden killed in Islamic State attack - BBC News
Islamic State militants say they are responsible for a blast that killed the governor of Yemen's port city of Aden. Jaafar Mohammed Saad and several aides died when their convoy was hit. IS says it detonated a car laden with explosives as he drove by. The group has established a presence in Yemen since its civil war broke out. It is opposed to the government and Iranian-backed Houthi rebels who have seized much of the country, including the capital Sanaa. Earlier this year, Aden was recaptured by government troops backed by a Saudi-led coalition.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Syria civil war: Russian airstrikes force 35,000 to flee - YouTube
Understanding the syrian crisis in 5 minutes - youtube.com/watch?v=-l44KUQHoVY - goes back to arab spring // is cold war, holy war, cicil war. is the culmination of middle east politics/geopolitics by the west in the making for decades. going back to ww2.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Krieg ǀ Evolution der Gewalt — der Freitag
Krieg Die Geschichte der Kriege hört nicht auf, sie ändern nur ihre Form und ihre Gestalt: Herfried Münklers neuer Wälzer // Kriegssplitter: Die Evolution der Gewalt im 20. und 21. Jahrhundert Herfried Münkler Rowohlt 2015, 400 S., 24,95 €
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Asyl: Polizeigewerkschaft über Machtkämpfe unter Flüchtlinge - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Frauen, Kinder und religiöse Minderheiten sollten in Flüchtlingsheimen besser geschützt werden. Das fordert der Chef der Deutschen Polizeigewerkschaft. SPD-Politiker äußern sich kritisch zu Plänen, Flüchtlinge nach Ethnien getrennt unterzubringen. //&! bit.ly/1xVM3ah &! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shia%E2%80%93Sunni_relations //&! Streit unter Asylbewerbern: Islamwissenschaftlerin fordert Schlichter in Unterkünften - bit.ly/1GesxVr //&! Großeinsatz in Thüringen: Erste Festnahmen nach Gewaltausbruch in Suhler Flüchtlingsheim - bit.ly/1YLrR5k //&! Konfliktpotenzial: Chef der Polizeigewerkschaft schildert Machtkämpfe in Flüchtlingsheimen - bit.ly/1LiQWRl //&! Streit unter Flüchtlingen: "Ein freundliches Lächeln ersetzt den Ordnungsdienst" - bit.ly/1iYzKEk //&!
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Pigs to peerages: Lord Ashcroft’s act of revenge shows British politics at its venal worst | Simon Jenkins | Comment is free | The Guardian
Cameron’s use of the House of Lords to reward aides, cronies and donors might leave even Tony Blair astonished. Why not just sell off titles to fund political parties? [ ie also Michelle Mone, supporter of the No Campaign, got peerage and job at DWP as start-up czar; getting unemployed people to start businesses (self-employment). ] //&! Billionaire Tory donor alleges Cameron conspired to mislead public before 2010 election over knowledge of Ashcroft’s non-dom status - bit.ly/1KrdcET - accepting donations from tax avoiders/evaders is best practise nowadays. //&! So Cameron was young and reckless. Lucky he wasn’t young, reckless and poor - bit.ly/1Oqc8Fg //&! How do you deal with a story like #piggate? A spin doctor’s view - bit.ly/1QvIiNl //&! Live Feed Day 2 - bit.ly/1Ktcyqq - "White House [thinks] it had been “fucked over” on both Libya & Syria." Cameron not getting the votes for full military intervention. [...] Gaddafi’s weapons moved south, arming Boko Haram [in Nigeria].
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
What Pisses Me Off About The European Migrant Crisis - YouTube
// germany has already bad record of integration and assimilation of 1st and 2nd gen of immigration/migrants into western society at large. thus the hotspots of trouble, deprivation, youth unemployment (NEET), crime, anti-social behaviour, ... in suburbs, outer city boroughs, ... not just Germany, also France (banlieues). Niall Ferguson talked about it as a big big big fucking problem! //&! And Schauble even asks his departments to make savings (public and social services and investment cuts) to pay for cost. - bit.ly/1WeQHZf //&! The Death of Germany | European Migrant Crisis - youtu.be/-30gF6WB-GY ... "you can judge ideology" - Sharia Law. Islamic Radicalism. Honor Killing. Quran. vs western values.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
ECFR's World in 30 Minutes: Refugee Crisis by ECFR
&! EU East - West divide on refugee crisis? - bit.ly/1iyR1Ut //&! [Instability in Libya contributes to the migration crisis - bit.ly/1Qs2Upt - also mentions Lybia - bit.ly/1NG5cCq "crisis everywhere" europe is engulfed and involed in their own crises: sovereign debt, refugees, brexit, grexit, Brussels, political crisis, low growth (deflation fear) ... // &! bit.ly/1OJNA9n - The 550 million dollar program launched last year to train moderate Syrian rebel forces did not bring any results. According to the White House "he [ POTUS] had never believed in the strategy, anyway". &! bit.ly/1JjNy0O &! bit.ly/1QG0bti - 'Europe is responsible for the current refugee crisis, because it supported the West’s aggressive foreign policy in the Middle East. Such a statement was made by Syrian President Bashar Assad in an interview with Russian media outlets.' // [ EU seems 2be fucked bc only NATO soldiers on ground will work. who will bite bullet first? & also HAVE TO cooperate w Assad-Regime. ]
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Michael Lüders über den Krieg in Syrien - 10.09.2015 - YouTube
- Russia about to support Assad!? If Assad falls, ISIS all across Syria. West Airstrike tactic/offinsive is only for public posturing. And Saudi Arabia is supplying ISIS. And West has a foot in Iran after atom-negotiations. Israel is another political/geopolitical/religious player. And NATO gives green light to bomb PKK which fights against ISIS. ... LOL. // ISIS, Taliban, al-Qaida is made in USA. // Europe pays price for USA foreign policy! trying to export western values and democracy into Middle East. // 20 year civil war in Middle East followed by decades of USA military intervention. // USA training fighter to fight against ISIS and Assad is not working! // Diplomacy is falling short. Especially w current sactions against Russia by West because of Ukraine/Crimea Crisis. // Complexity of situation can not be solved w bombs and military invasion ... // &! youtu.be/mLm6Yn5lrX4 - Book - Middle East history.
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC iPlayer - HARDtalk - Dr Richard Haass - President of the Council on Foreign Relations
Sarah Montague speaks to Dr Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has worked in the State Department and advised US presidents, and he now believes we are witnessing the end of one era of world history and the dawn of another. A new 'era of disorder' - more chaotic and more dangerous than any time in a generation. He says American foreign policy is partly to blame and US authority has been diminished. So how dangerous is the world now? And what can be done about it? // http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/worldservice/ht/ht_20150504-0830a.mp3 // &! Geopolitical thought leader Ian Bremmer issues a clarion call to America: redefine your place in the world, or the world will define it for you - Superpower: Three Choices for America's Role in the World Paperback – 28 May 2015 - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Superpower-Three-Choices-Americas-World/dp/024121677X/
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Danish Border Controls Shake EU Foundations
TEST OF TIMES

It was Rome and Paris that first announced they would partially reintroduce border controls. The reason was negligible, and the step was motivated purely by politics. Around 30,000 refugees from North Africa had landed on the coasts of Italy and Malta. By comparison: During the 1990s, more than 100,000 refugees fled from Kosovo to Europe, but nobody at the time threatened to dispose of the right of Europeans to border-free internal travel.
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july 2011 by asterisk2a
Libysche Anlage bei Société Générale - Französische Bank verzockte Gaddafi-Milliarde
Westliche Finanzinstitute haben dem libyschen Machthaber Gaddafi massive Verluste eingebrockt. Nun wird ein neuer Fall bekannt, ein fehlgeschlagenes Investment der Libyer in Frankreich. Die Großbank Société Générale verspielte fast drei Viertel einer Milliardeninvestition.
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june 2011 by asterisk2a
Libya's Investment With Goldman Ends in Losses, Acrimony - WSJ.com
In early 2008, Libya's sovereign-wealth fund controlled by Col. Moammar Gadhafi gave $1.3 billion to Goldman Sachs Group to sink into a currency bet and other complicated trades. The investments lost 98% of their value, internal Goldman documents show.

What happened next may be one of the most peculiar footnotes to the global financial crisis. In an effort to make up for the losses, Goldman offered Libya the chance to become one of its biggest shareholders, according to documents and people familiar with the matter.
Negotiations between Goldman and the Libyan Investment Authority stretched on for months during the summer of 2009. Eventually, the talks fell apart, and nothing more was done about the lost money.
lybia  goldmansachs  2011  financialcrisis 
may 2011 by asterisk2a
In Violation Of UN Resolution, Western "Boots" Are Now On The Libyan Ground | zero hedge
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/may/30/western-troops-on-ground-libya

Once again, the west has overstepped its UN-granted powers in the pursuit of humanitarian extraction of crude oul.
The subject is sensitive as the UN security council resolution in March authorising the use of force in Libya specifically excludes "a foreign occupation force of any form on any part of Libyan territory".

The situation, however, is about to come to a fore, after it was announced that Libyan rebels have now officially run out of crude oil, meaning that absent on the ground reinforcements, Gadaffi is about to win the civil war.
And while the UK and the other members of the security council could not care less, we somehow doubt that China and Russia will allow a full-blown land invasion of Libya pass without a veto and what appears to be the next diplomatic scandal.
lybia  MENA  NATO  2011  USA  foreignaffairs  foreign  policy  China  russia  presidency  barackobama  angelamerkel  westerwelle 
may 2011 by asterisk2a
Rede zum Arabischen Frühling Viel Pathos, wenig Pläne
Klare Unterstützung für Reformer im Nahen Osten - aber eine allzu vage Agenda für eine neue US-Außenpolitik: Die arabische Welt wird US-Präsident Barack Obamas Grundsatzrede zur Kenntnis nehmen, Jubel dürfte sie kaum auslösen. Nicht zuletzt wegen der deutlichen Unterstützung für Israel.

Dieser Auftritt war von vornherein ein Risiko. Niemand zwischen Casablanca und Bagdad hatte darauf gewartet, dass Barack Obama eine Grundsatzrede zum Arabischen Frühling hält. Der US-Präsident hat sich trotzdem dafür entschieden - und erläuterte am Donnerstag seine Einschätzungen zu den Umwälzungen in der Region. Obama erklärte, warum diese ein "neues Kapitel" in der Geschichte der amerikanischen Diplomatie nötig machen.
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may 2011 by asterisk2a

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