Do “all roads for Turkey in the Middle East crisis” lead to Damascus?

Experts in world politics believe it is very likely that the fire burning in the Middle East, the hot spot of the world could even grow bigger in a future not very far. The big question here is “Will the USA manage to realize the Great Middle East Project, a plan belonging to its invasive and imperialist policies or will said plan fail, to the benefit More...

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Trump and Erdoğan talk over the phone
By Editor On Monday, September 25th, 2017
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Article from Press: Trump may have to sanction Turkey for Russian deal

Before their meeting Thursday, President Donald Trump praised Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, bragged about their friendship and claimed U.S.-Turkey relations are at an all-time high. Trump may not be aware More...

Turkish troops in Iraq
By Editor On Monday, September 25th, 2017
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An opinion: Is the last “bloody fight” in the ME region about to start?

Things in the Middle East continue to get more and more confusing each and every day. It is no secret that the powerful involvement of Russia in the conflict prevailing in the region has made life real difficult More...

Turkish troops in Iraq
By Editor On Saturday, September 23rd, 2017
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Imperial games played in the Middle East and challenges awaiting Turkey

The Middle East is and has almost always been a hot spot for the world peace. Needless to say super powers such as England (in the past in particular), France, Germany not to forget the USA above all have played More...

Merkel wnat EU to stop accession talk for Turkey
By Editor On Wednesday, September 6th, 2017
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Why Turkey should stay in the EU Customs Union despite recent conflict with Germany

Political experts say it is not an option to expel Turkey from EU Customs Union, only because Germany wants it. They maintain many countries in the EU will act with common sense and not consider this option as More...

By Editor On Friday, August 18th, 2017
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Is Turkey displaying a successful democracy performance?

Having thwarted the military coup on July 15, 2016, Turkey has been managed by state-of-emergency for quite a while now and the government has shown tendency to link the cause of many steps it has taken, to the More...

By Editor On Thursday, August 17th, 2017
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What is Turkey going through, as seen from the point of view of its western friends?

Economy and policy have been two words very much interrelated all along history just like they are today.  For some developing countries like Turkey for instance however, politics may be dominant over economy. More...

By Editor On Monday, August 14th, 2017
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A new party in Turkish politics and its possible impact on current political picture

The administrating authority in Turkey has been in the hands of AK PARTI for much longer than a decade now thanks to the leadership skills (as perceived by his supporters and rather fans) of current president ERDOGAN More...

By Editor On Friday, July 28th, 2017
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Could politics contribute to the welfare of Turkey in a much more positive manner?

Why has politics always taken away a lot from this country whereas it should have contributed positively for a better welfare of its people? Why has politics always become a problem for the country rather than More...

By Editor On Monday, July 3rd, 2017
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Why “Turkey should not get involved in conflicts among Arab states”

The question is; “Has TURKEY, as the most important and powerful country in the Middle East been able to maintain its position in the region, based on policies it has implemented in recent years, in specific?” More...

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