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Berlin Peace Summit Can Diplomacy Stop the War in Libya?

In the conflict over Libya, a North African country of considerable strategic importance for Europe, three countries have been setting the agenda betting on a military solution: Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey. Does diplomacy still have a chance? By Markus Becker, Christian Esch, Christiane Hoffmann, Frank Hornig, Matthias Gebauer, Mirco Keilberth, Steffen Lüdke, Peter Müller, Maximilian Popp, Mathieu von Rohr, Britta Sandberg, Christoph Schult und Severin Weiland
17. Januar 2020, 19:03 Uhr

Honest Broker How the Libya Summit in Berlin Took Shape

The path to this Sunday's peace conference on Libya in Berlin was anything but certain. First, officials in the German government had to convince all the parties in the conflict to attend. By Christian Esch, Matthias Gebauer, Christiane Hoffmann, Christoph Schult und Severin Weiland
17. Januar 2020, 18:11 Uhr

Ausgabe von Bonds Saudi-Arabien will sich Geld leihen

In Zeiten niedriger Ölpreise und eines teuren Kampfes gegen die Terrormiliz IS geraten selbst reiche Förderländer ans finanzielle Limit. Um an Geld zu kommen, bricht Saudi-Arabien jetzt ein Tabu.
18. Oktober 2016, 10:30 Uhr

Sovereign Funds Seek Industrial Stakes Arab Sheiks Looking for Treasure in Germany

Abu Dhabi's stake in Daimler may herald a wave of Arab investments in German companies that are now available at bargain prices in the economic crisis. However, the new investors are likely to want a bigger say in corporate strategy than German executives have been used to. Von Matthias Kaufmann, Christoph Rottwilm und Nils-Viktor Sorge
24. März 2009, 17:48 Uhr

Manchester City's New Owners The Sheikhs Take on the Oligarchs in British Football

For years, Manchester City has been overshadowed in the British Premier League by richer and more glamorous teams like Chelsea and Manchester United. But now the new owners from Abu Dhabi have announced an unparalleled shopping spree that will shake up British football. Von Maik Grossekathöfer und Gerhard Pfeil
12. September 2008, 16:43 Uhr

Krens' Museum for Global Contemporary Art Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Will Be 'Pharaonic'

In a SPIEGEL interview, one of the art world's biggest globalizing forces, Guggenheim mastermind Thomas Krens, discusses his affinity for massive projects, including the organization's biggest undertaking ever -- an outpost in Abu Dhabi he hopes to establish as the world's first museum for global contemporary art.
27. März 2008, 11:54 Uhr

Art in the Desert 'Louvre Abu Dhabi' Gets Green Light

France and Abu Dhabi signed a deal Tuesday to build a branch of the renowned Louvre Museum on an island off the emirate state. La Grande Nation will be €700 million richer -- but is it selling off its national legacy?
7. März 2007, 13:05 Uhr

Abu Dhabi Museum Project A Desert Louvre?

Everyone's heard of the Louvre and the MOMA, but not everyone knows Abu Dhabi is aspiring to become one of the world's new culture capitals. Star architects have been commissioned to build the world's most spectacular museums on an island just off the Arab metropolis. Von Heiko Klaas
9. Februar 2007, 19:12 Uhr
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