“It would not be an exaggeration to suggest that Turkey’s political parties will be forced to make some difficult decisions in the lead-up to the municipal elections.”
In “Fear: Trump in the White House,” Bob Woodward claims that White House officials have been trying to protect U.S. interests despite President Trump – including by hiding documents to prevent him from signing them.
The Tehran trilateral summit did not result in the best solution to the crisis in Idlib, but it was a good starting point for the peace process.
FETO members in Kyrgyzstan, along with fugitives from Turkey, have accumulated enough power to darken the country’s future.
The strained atmosphere between Turkey and the U.S. is not likely to change until Trump stops being a bully.
With the deterioration in transatlantic relations, Europe and Turkey are now looking for new strategic partners.
Whether Trump gets impeached or not, the international community will have to deal with the negative side effects of the impeachment process.
Unless the Trump administration comes to their senses, Washington’s relations with Turkey could be derailed by an unintended break – all because of the “eclipse of reason” in the United States.
“There is no doubt that problems continue to emerge in the world of “alternatives” amid regional and global uncertainty. Turkey, however, will presumably find new opportunities over the next five years. Those who find ways to work with one side without abandoning the other will survive.”
Christian evangelicals have added a new layer to the U.S.-Turkey relationship – one that could lead to very serious consequences in the future.