Turkish meddling in Syria will drag NATO to war for Ankara's imperial ambitions - German MP
19 March, 2016
Europe is living through troubled times. Waves of refugees strain the socio-economic situation in the union’s countries - already riddled with financial and job crises. That’s as Turkey is playing its own game in Syria, threatening to destabilize the fragile ceasefire in the devastated country - and yet Europe stays silent on the matter. Why is Brussels so willing to turn a blind eye to Ankara’s adventurism with jihadists? Is the refugee crisis more worrying for Europe than the deadly threat from jihadists? And, finally, will the European Union, and especially, Germany, be able to persist under the weight of millions flowing in? We ask Member of the German Bundestag Foreign Affairs Committee, spokesperson on international affairs for The Left Party, Sevim Dagdelen.