After today’s bomb attack in Libyan city of Zliten Martin Kobler, the UN’s special representative to Libya, tweeted: I condemn in the strongest terms today’s deadly suicide attack in Zliten, call on all Libyans to urgently unite in fight against terrorism. Do you think there is a path to unity in Libya and maybe also similar attacks can in fact somehow contribute to finding unity? Read few comments.
If North Korea has really conducted a test of hydrogen bomb it is clear violation of UNSC resolution. So why do you think NK was ready to do it and what should be the reaction of international community besides expected condemnations? Read few comments.
Multiply attacks abroad, bringing its flag to distant countries, continuing flow foreign fighters. And there are other thing we can mention when talking about ISIS in 2015 which ISIS presents as successes. But in your opinion, are they any lessons learned we should follow in 2016 to better address ISIS threat? Read few comments.
In your opinion, how is the European approach toward refugee crisis influenced by our fears of terrorism, especially after Paris attacks? E.g. today there is a report from Austria that two people with suspected links to the Paris attacks were arrested with an Austrian newspaper reporting the two are French citizens posing as refugees.
As FBI is investigating San Bernardino shooting as terrorism do you think this attack will/should have some broader implication for future efforts of fighting terrorism (especially jihadi terrorism)? Read few comments.
It will still take some time, but Montenegro is on its path to NATO as announced. But of course the alliance will have very complicated debates especially about future status of Georgia, Macedonia, Bosnia, but also Ukraine others. In general, how much would you say it is important for NATO to stick with its open-door policy for other countries? Read few comments.