The U.S. decision to abandon Syrian rebels in the southern region has led to a trust issue between the YPG-dominated SDF and the U.S. administration.
It’s important that Turkey does not give up on the fight against FETO in order for the country to succeed with its governmental progress.
Will the HDP be able to show the courage to stand against the PKK, which has already been displayed by the electorate? Or are they willing to keep their violence prone policies?
The presidential leadership of Erdogan was a crucial factor in the failure of the July 15 military coup attempt.
The Tehran government needs to think twice before taking any steps in domestic and foreign policies as internal turmoil has not ended yet.
“The Helsinki summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin did not yield any tangible outcomes, but can be described as a good start to discussing several bilateral and regional problems.”
“We will certainly continue to debate the reverberations of the July 15 coup attempt and its legacy for the country. But one overarching message is clear: Turkish people will no longer tolerate their democratic rights and popular will to be undermined and hijacked by cliques and terror groups from within and outside the state.”
“The Western world did not side with Turkey’s people and democracy following the coup. What’s more, it used the administration’s fight against terror organizations – FETO foremost among them – to criticize Turkey.”
The July 15 coup attempt has been a turning point in Turkish society, uniting people on all fronts.
Neither the U.S. nor the Russian President agree with analysts who claim that the rivalry between the U.S. and Russia are over.