Category Archives: Iran

Tsipi Livni Fighting for Jewish State

Tsipi Livni, Israel’s former Foreign Minister and the head of the Kadima party, came to Berlin last week where she met with Foreign Minister Westerwelle. Livni is touring Western capitals to fight, as she said in a speech in Berlin, … Continue reading

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Two Pieces on Guantanamo and Iran

I found two pieces on German foreign policy in the international media yesterday that I want to draw your attention to. The first one was in the FT by Bertrand Benoit and Daniel Dombey, entitled “German concerns threaten 9/11 trial … Continue reading

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Auschwitz Maps Flapped in the UN General Assembly

Speaking yesterday at the UN General Assembly’s annual meeting in New York, the Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu strongly condemned the speech of Mahmoud Ahmadinedjad on Wednesday, in which the Iranian President again denied the Holocaust. In his hands, Netanyahu held … Continue reading

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Berlin Talks with Hamas

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives in Berlin today. Coming from London, where he met with PM Gordon Brown and the US envoy Geoge Mitchell (see the BBC reporting), Netanjahu will meet with President Horst Köhler, Chancellor Angela Merkel … Continue reading

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