Guido Westerwelle

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  31. Andreas Rinke (31 May 2011), Merkel lands in India after Iran blocks plane Reuters .
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  33. German FM Calls on Israel to Lift Gaza Siege Haaretz , 8 November 2010.
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  35. Oliver Denzer (6 April 2011), Germany summons China ambassador on detained artist Reuters .
  36. Bundesaußenminister Westerwelle besucht Jordanien und sagt weitere 2 Mio. Euro Unterstützung zu [ permanent dead link ] press release of 8 September 2012, German Embassy to Jordan, Amman.
  37. Fears for NGOs in Russia as tax raids multiply BBC News , 27 March 2013.
  38. Steve Gutterman (6 December 2013), Russia rebukes German minister for visit to Kiev protest camp Reuters .
  39. Brian Rohan (6 March 2011), Germany wants tougher sanctions on Libya's Gaddafi Reuters .
  40. Severin Weiland and Roland Nelles (18 March 2011), Germany has marginalized itself over Libya The Guardian .
  41. Henry Chu (1 April 2011), Some in Germany critical of decision to sit out Libya operation Los Angeles Times .
  42. Sabine Siebold (13 April 2011), Germany expels five Libyan diplomats Archived 24 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine Reuters .
  43. Maria Golovnina (13 June 2011), Germany recognizes Libya's rebel leadership Reuters .
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  49. Muhammad Video Protests: Protesters Set Fire to German Embassy in Sudan Spiegel Online , 14 September 2012.
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  51. Mirjam Gehrke (11 November 2012), Germany eyes seat on Human Rights Council Deutsche Welle .
  52. Germany wins seat on UN Human Rights Council Deutsche Welle , 12 November 2011.
  53. Barak Ravid (27 October 2013), Israel resuming cooperation with UN Human Rights Council Haaretz .
  54. Patrich Donahue (3 November 2010), Westerwelle Urges Republicans to Back Obama's Nuclear Disarmament Policy Bloomberg .
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  58. Judy Dempsey (20 May 2011), France Joins Poland and Germany on Wider Unity International Herald Tribune .
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  64. Germany donates $13 million to Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial Haaretz , 1 February 2012.
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  69. German Foreign Minister joins criticism of Google's mapping program
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  82. Karnitschnig, Matthew (24 September 2021). "Who will be Germany's next foreign minister? Nobody cares". POLITICO. Retrieved 26 September 2021. It began in Merkel’s second term, when she formed a coalition with the Free Democrats (FDP). Guido Westerwelle, the party’s leader at the time, had a background in financial policy but, with an eye on the prestige of the foreign portfolio, he opted for the foreign ministry. Once in office, however, he showed little interest in the job and was widely regarded to be a failure.
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Guido Westerwelle
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Vice-Chancellor of Germany
In office
28 October 2009 16 May 2011
Party political offices
Preceded by
Leader of the Free Democratic Party
2001–2011
Succeeded by
Political offices
Preceded by
Minister for Foreign Affairs
2009–2013
Succeeded by
Vice-Chancellor of Germany
2009–2011
Succeeded by