With the new system, Turkey has now caught a great chance to develop comprehensive policies to build a better future and prevent turmoil.
The outcome of NATO’s Brussels summit will demonstrate whether the U.S.-led bloc, recently shaken by Washington’s controversial policies, will secure its effectiveness in the international community.
Turkey’s fight against FETO is not over, but gets even deeper as the full extent of the terrorist group’s secretive structure gradually emerges.
In the post-elections era, Ankara is set to follow a multi-dimensional independent foreign policy, facing both regional and global challenges by pursuing rational steps and strategies.
The support given to Turkey’s main opposition – CHP – by western media outlets only harms the party more than widening its prospects.
“Under current circumstances, Western governments would be wise to take stock of the past five years if they hope to enjoy closer relations with Turkey in the next five years.”
The improvement of Turkish-U.S. ties depends on the formation of strong and strategic cooperation between the two countries in the coming period.
Turkey is ready to move to another level in the transformation trajectory of its democracy and development narrative under presidentialism by restructuring the public administration, macroeconomic governance and state-business-society relations.
All eyes in the Middle East are now on Turkey, which after the presidential elections is on the brink of a major transformation process in its approach to foreign policy.
Western media needs to direct itself toward correct news and information sources about Turkey. However, in order to do so, it needs to give up its ideological approach to Turkey and Erdogan. If it does not do this, it will continue to lose its reputation while also causing anti-Western sentiment to rise in Turkey.