Despite all efforts of the Sisi regime to live down the massacre, the memory of the Rabaa will live for generations.
President Erdogan’s planned visit to Germany in September this year could be a promising call to improve bilateral relations.
Trumpian foreign policy will continue to damage U.S. credibility and standing within its allies as well as its competitors. While U.S. allies like Europe and Turkey are going to struggle to effectively address these challenges, they are unlikely to simply roll over.
It is difficult to explain the current devaluation of the Turkish Lira against the U.S. Dollar on economic terms, as the current situation is a mere example of the global hegemon – the U.S. – exerting its political power on a so-called ally.
The current state of opposition leaders who vowed to lead Turkey only a couple of months ago leaves one thinking whether they have completely lost their senses.
The AK Party – due to intending to include all sects of society in politics – has become Turkey’s largest catch-all party.
The U.S. will fail to leave a smooth legacy in the Middle East without the support of Turkey. Thus, there’s still time to transform relations from a lose-lose to a win-win situation.
In the post-Brunson Turkey-U.S. relations era, both sides ought to focus on their mutual gains in order to ensure military and political cooperation.
In its recent spat with the Canadian government, measures taken by the Riyadh administration have been extreme.
The threat of evangelicalism lies in the fact that they create policies to realize what they believe in and have secured a place for themselves in political power.