WashingtonCurrently, US President Donald Trump, who wants to be re-elected in November this year, is under enormous pressure. The split in US society as well as among the elite is evident not only in the current Black Lives Matter protests, but also in US foreign policy.
Articles by Carsten Fromm
BerlinAfD Bundestag Member Stefan Keuter is most concerned about the security risks that Turkey's Libya policy holds for Germany as well as Europe. FWM spoke to Keuter about his reservations.
Europe is being threatened by a new wave of migrants. Against the background of the conflict with Russia in the Syrian province of Idlib, Turkey has not only opened the floodgates for "refugees" to Europe, but is also providing incentives for them to break through any barriers they may encounter: A large-scale invasion is imminent.
On March 5, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is planning to visit Istanbul. There she will talk about the situation in Syria together with the presidents of Turkey, Russia and France.
BenghaziLibyan people are protesting against the neo-Ottoman ambitions of Turkish president Erdogan.