The Trump administration is destroying the system that the U.S. established in the wake of World War II by alienating its long-time allies.
Ankara and Washington should immediately determine a new road map based on mutual interests in order to save their damaged ties.
Unless the Trump administration comes to their senses, Washington’s relations with Turkey could be derailed by an unintended break – all because of the “eclipse of reason” in the United States.
“There is no doubt that problems continue to emerge in the world of “alternatives” amid regional and global uncertainty. Turkey, however, will presumably find new opportunities over the next five years. Those who find ways to work with one side without abandoning the other will survive.”
President Trump is not concerned about the interests, expectations and concerns of other states, and it is no surprise that he has declared most of the U.S. partners as enemies.
Christian evangelicals have added a new layer to the U.S.-Turkey relationship – one that could lead to very serious consequences in the future.
President Erdogan is visiting Africa for the first time since his electoral victory in June.
The Iraqi government must behave responsibly and take non-violent measures to overcome its ongoing problems; otherwise, the current protests may lead to political turmoil soon
Trump’s dilemma with Russia differs from his predecesors in two ways: Trump’s attitude towards Western leaders and his attempt to be closer to Russia.
“The war of words between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, entered a new stage, as Iran’s president, commonly known as a moderate reformist, moved closer to hardliners such as Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and General Qasem Suleimani.”