TripoliAfter a period of failed Tunisian negotiations under the auspices of the UN and UNSMIL's Stephanie Williams, which led to discord among the participants and exacerbated relations between the Government of National Accord (GNA) and Khalifa Haftar's Libyan National Army (LNA), there is renewed hope in Libya for the gradual restoration of constructive dialogue through economic arrangements.
Articles by Carsten Fromm
TripoliA criminal Libyan politician and his Islamist gang are getting ready to run the country and threating the West and Europe. How did that happen?
France and the United States may want to support him, but the price will be a new round of escalation in the conflict.
TunisThe Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), which began in Tunisia on November 9, has been going on for a week. Since then, the initiative by the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and its effective head, an American diplomat Stephanie Williams has generated much media discussion.
TunisThe UN-recognized Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) is often criticized for its links to radical political Islam.
TunisThe Libyan Political Dialogue Forum started on November 9 in Tunisia. This forum was organized by the UN Support Mission to Libya (UNSMIL) headed by Stephanie Williams, former US chargé d'affaires in Libya.
International experts, journalists and politicians have all expressed considerable doubts and criticism about the official poisoning story of Alexei Navalny.
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.
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.