With the election of Abiy Ahmed in Ethiopia, the Horn of Africa has been witnessing rapid developments.
“Most people still are in the opinion that Turkey owes much to Adnan Menderes due to his struggle for democracy, because otherwise it’s still believed that a quasi-single-party-regime would have continued.”
The French state has finally accepted that torture was adopted during Algeria’s strive for independence.
The deal reached between Turkey and Russia may have just saved thousands of innocent lives in Idlib.
“It is fascinating that those who referred to atomic bomb as healthy children 73 years ago do not give a name to the children produced by science. Compared to this, killing hundreds of thousands of people by pushing a button is almost nothing. It is a shame to see that the humanity of today’s human producers is way behind Bainbridge and his colleagues.”
In diplomatic efforts with Russia, Turkey is trying to ensure European powers support Ankara in its strive to ensure a battle does not occur in Idlib.
Will the CHP maintain its latent support for the HDP during Turkey’s local elections, or will it form an official alliance with the Iyi Party?
Turkey’s proposal for solving the Idlib crisis has received international support, but how will Russia formulate its policy in the region?
“Using the U.S. dollar as a weapon against other countries in an effort to promote the political interests of the U.S. itself has become the final blow to the U.S. dollar. The U.S. dollar was meant to be the stabilizer of the world trade and economy, not the destabilizer.”
“It should be underlined that the U.S. administration’s statements of democratization in the Middle East do not reflect reality. Rather, Washington is currently the largest obstacle for democratic governments in the region.”