After the partnership between Saudi and the U.S., relations strengthened during the Salman period and Riyadh began to support the most secular groups in Syria.
Presidential candidates in the race for the elections on June 24 have failed to answer questions on the future of the presidential system and how they will make the system work – if they would, at all.
“Trying to save the HDP from the margins of the political arena despite its unwillingness to undergo a major transformation would undermine Turkey’s fight against terrorism.”
As the new site of international hegemonic competition, East Asia perfectly reflects the multipolar character of the global system.
Since the U.S. withdrawal of the Iran nuclear deal, transatlantic relations have soured to a great extent.
Erdogan’s campaign promises Turkish people a new start for a brighter future and a strong democracy with the new governing system in the country.
The main opposition party’s presidential candidate Muharrem Ince is not acting like a traditional CHP candidate but acts within the context of Turkey’s changing sociology, imitating those in power.
“Conflictual and exclusivist foreign policies are simply zero-sum games; the normalization of politics in the Middle East requires balanced relations among regional states.”
The opposition in Turkey has increasingly adopted anti-Syrian, populist, rhetoric, which only fuels hatred within society.
The Trump administration’s new Iran strategy, as highlighted by Pompeo in his first public speech, will negatively affect the lives of ordinary Iranians rather than the ruling elites.