“Recent developments in Iraq illustrate that the KDP and PUK will continue to dominate Iraqi politics. You can essentially read this as the Barzani and Talebani houses continuing their reign on this shaky settlement, a settlement found based on a delicate division of power in the region.”
The incompatible approach depicted by the U.S. in regards to the Jamal Khashoggi case should be ringing alarm bells for U.S. foreign policy.
Is the judiciary in Turkey trying to come back as a force guarding the old Kemalist regime?
Turkey’s sole purpose in the Khashoggi case is not to take part in any regional power struggles but to help find the actors responsible for the murder.
There are many obstacles facing Trump’s Middle East Strategic Alliance project, which is set to fail.
Turkey asks for the extradition of over 400 FETO fugitives across the globe.
Turkish police are currently searching outside Istanbul and the coastal city Yalova for the remains of Khashoggi. Authorities have tracked the routes of the cars that left the Saudi Consulate on the day of Khashoggi’s disappearance.
President Erdoğan forgives students who publicly insulted him.
The title of Jamal Khashoggi’s final opinion for The Washington Post read, “What the Arab world needs most is freedom of expression.”
Half of the European citizens are dissatisfied with the direction of the EU.