The elections to be held on Sunday in Bavaria, Germany, will show how the future of conservatives in Germany will be shaped, how the fragile federal government led by Merkel will react to a major success of the AfD, and how the people will elaborate a likely shift to a more far-rightist and populist type of politics in general.
While the U.S.-Turkey relationship has to somewhat matured over Syria, the issue of U.S. support for the YPG continues to remain the factor of divergence.
The practice of “enforced disappearance,” which has been employed by countries such as Egypt and Saudi Arabia, against the dissidents of the regime, is against human rights and is considered a crime against humanity under international law.
The TRT World Forum held in Istanbul last week has been successful in capturing the structural reasons of conflict, and proposing solutions for it.
The question of how the new government in Iraq will be formed is a question of matter to Turkey as this will affect Ankara’s fight against the PKK.
In a so-called attempt to combat radical Islamists, the French state is attempting to create a new type of “French Islam.”
In an age of multipolarity and rationality, Germany needs to leave aside its ideologically oriented foreign policy against Turkey.
With President Erdogan’s recent visit to Germany, a new era may begin between Ankara and Berlin as long as authorities take on full responsibility.
When the U.S. decides to return to its role as global leader, it’ll find that things have changed drastically.
How has neoliberalism affected urban politics and how will this affect the local elections in Turkey?