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Sino-Soviet Split Redux under President Trump?

by Şener Aktürk

There is reason to suspect that we are on the verge of the most significant change in U.S. grand strategy in many decades.

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The Turkish Presidential system will include checks and balances to preserve the powers of each branch of government.

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Speculative attacks against the TL could go on until the presidential system referendum.

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The Gülen Cult, between Modernism and Narcissism

by Belkıs Kılıçkaya

Gulen's followers claimed all of their amoral actions were to save the world. There wasn’t any illegal and amoral act left for them to commit.

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The PKK’s Child Soldiers

by Hüseyin Alptekin

The PKK counts thousands of child soldiers among its ranks of fighters, and they are often forced or coerced into taking up arms.

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How Terror Organizations in Turkey Instrumentalize Social Media

by Nur Özkan Erbay

It is a dilemma for media to make a choice between terror propaganda and the public interest.

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Turkish NGOs Facing the Refugee Crisis

by Shady Zahed

It is immoral to look upon the number of Syrian children as statistics – every child matters.

Kılıç Buğra Kanat

Trump Administration and Cyber-operations

The diversity of the cyberattacks demonstrated to the incoming Trump administration that it must try to stop any possible attacks, while improving its ability to be pro-active and retaliate.

Sadık Ünay

Turkey's Venture Toward Presidentialism and its Adversaries

Despite all the stress and difficulties, the systemic transformation process in Turkey must be worth to endure for a brighter future.

INVESTIGATION Turkey’s War on the PKK: A Social Perspective

Turkey’s War on the PKK: A Social Perspective

Turkey’s war on the PKK’s terror has impacted the country for decades, but nowhere more so than in the country's southeast.

INVESTIGATION 2023 Goals and Making Turkey Energy Independent

2023 Goals and Making Turkey Energy Independent

Over the last fifteen years Turkey has emerged as a robust economy, and the standard of living for its burgeoning population has increased dramatically, but this success brings with it the challenge of meeting the energy needs of a fast-developing nation.

Failed Coup-Attempt in Turkey: What happened on July 15?

On July 15, 2016, a small group of illegally organized soldiers within the Turkish Armed Forces, loyal to FETO (Gulenist Terror Organization), plotted a failed coup in Turkey.

INTERVIEW DAESH: Documenting a Modern Heresy, Interview with Belkıs Kılıçkaya

DAESH: Documenting a Modern Heresy, Interview with Belkıs Kılıçkaya

The New Turkey interviewed Belkıs Kılıçkaya, a distinguished Turkish journalist, about DAESH, on which she made a three-part documentary for a TV channel in Turkey.

INTERVIEW Investing in Turkey, Investors’ Perspective: Interview with Tarek O. Al-Kasabi

Investing in Turkey, Investors’ Perspective: Interview with Tarek O. Al-Kasabi

The New Turkey interviewed Tarek O. Al-Kasabi, a Saudi businessman, about his company's investments in Turkey.