Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the U.S. signed the nuclear agreement in 2015 and thus cannot annul it at its will, warning of a new crisis in the region.
A report written by Ipek Coskun and published by the SETA Foundation indicates why the education facilities provided by the Turkish government in Euphrates Shield regions should be replicated across Syria.
Have we entered an era in which data companies control politics?
The tariffs imposed upon Chinese goods by the U.S. administration and the retaliation from the Chinese government are reflective of a possible trade war between the two countries.
In Sener Akturk’s ‘Political Engineering and the Exclusion of Religious Conservative Muslims in Europe,’ it is clear that the representation of Muslims in parliaments across Europe does not amount to a substantive representation.
The Pentagon dismissed Trump’s announcements regarding his intention to withdraw the U.S. military from Syria.
Politics is politics, but, Turkey, Russia and Iran are the most influential actors in Syria with the ability to formulate and initiate peace through the Astana Process.
Macron’s attempt to enter Syria through the back door not only remind us of the ignominious policies during the French Mandate for Syria, but suggest he still has some road to travel before becoming a man in international politics.
“The surge in violence towards Uber drivers in Istanbul has had a positive impact on the company, with reports that over 2,000 yellow taxi drivers having switched to work with Uber. All publicity may be good publicity after all.”
Yeditepe Biennial is the first biennial in the world in the field of classical Turkish arts and will take place in Istanbul for 45 days.