Susanne Koelbl

Artikel von Susanne Koelbl
Interview with Libya's Prime Minister: 'We Will Not Become Like Somalia'
SPIEGEL ONLINE - International - August 19, 2016, 06:18 PM

Since March, Fayez Sarraj has been the prime minister of Libya, a country torn by civil war. Now he is tasked with surmounting the country's political divisions and leading the fight against the Islamic State and a network of human-traffickers transporting tens of thousands of migrants to Europe. mehr...

Interview with Geert Wilders: Why Dutch Populists Want to Leave the EU
SPIEGEL ONLINE - International - July 01, 2016, 06:42 PM

Could Brexit lead other countries to seek to leave the European Union? SPIEGEL spoke with far-right Dutch populist Geert Wilders about how he wants to use a "Nexit" to prevent the "Islamization" of the Netherlands. mehr...

Ugandan President Museveni: 'This Is Our Continent, Not Yours'
SPIEGEL ONLINE - International - June 10, 2016, 06:01 PM

SPIEGEL speaks with Yoweri Museveni, who has ruled Uganda for three decades, about the West's role in fostering African Islamist terror, his opposition to the International Criminal Court and whether he is himself abusing his power.  mehr...

Unimaginable Horrors: The War-Crimes Lawyer Hunting Syrian War Criminals
SPIEGEL ONLINE - International - June 06, 2016, 10:12 AM

In 2012, David Crane helped put notorious Liberian dictator Charles Taylor behind bars. Now he's turned his attention to Syria and is overseeing a project to assemble a massive database of President Bashar Assad's war crimes.  mehr...

Poesie junger Flüchtlinge: "Meine Augen haben die Farben des Unglücks gesehen"
SPIEGEL ONLINE - Kultur - 17.05.2016, 11:07 Uhr

Manche waren noch Kinder, und doch wurden sie von ihren Eltern allein auf eine lebensgefährliche Reise geschickt. In Gedichten schildern junge Flüchtlinge aus Afghanistan und Iran ihre Erlebnisse, ihren Schmerz. mehr...

Saudia Arabia and Iran: The Cold War of Islam
SPIEGEL ONLINE - International - May 09, 2016, 10:20 AM

The archenemies Iran and Saudi Arabia are battling for supremacy in the Middle East and are carrying out their struggle in proxy wars in Yemen, Syria and Iraq. Domestically, though, the two countries are facing remarkably similar problems. mehr...