That the debate about Germany’s potential aim to have its own nuclear weapon coincides with the nationalist trend in the country’s political discourse also points out an interesting and deteriorating path.
Both Europe and Turkey will have to figure out a way to work with a unilateralist U.S. administration in order to protect their economic interests as well as energy needs
The only hope for a new start is Trump’s unpredictability. Another u-turn in American policies toward Turkey can save a sinking alliance, but time is running out. Somebody should tell Trump that when a super power goes rogue, everything goes wrong.
The split between those that support Muharrem Ince and those that support Kemal Kilicdaroglu continues to damage the future of Turkey’s main opposition party, CHP.
The cases of both Pastor Brunson and Jerusalem represent a ‘clash of civilizations’ and even more, a ‘religious-conflict’ and are the most significant examples of the messianic wave in U.S. foreign policy.
The United Arab Emirates has tried to exclude the Ennahda Movement from politics in Tunisia but has failed.
As the public debt level is currently very low, the Turkish government has an ample room to increase its spending level to boost the real economy.
The on-going power struggle within the CHP has now become solidified with the rivalry between Kemal Kilicdaroglu and Muharrem Ince.
Meral Akşener, Muharrem İnce, and Donald Trump have all had their different emotional outcries this week.
“If the Trump administration goes down the road of unilateralism seeking to force Turkey’s hand, the relationship will only suffer damaging the national interest of both allies.”