The anniversary of the brutal Nagasaki attack should be an important reminder for all of us, in order not to allow such a deadly incident to happen again in any part of the world.
In the post-Brunson Turkey-U.S. relations era, both sides ought to focus on their mutual gains in order to ensure military and political cooperation.
A report written by Sertac Timur Demir and published by the SETA Foundation analyzes how the international media portrays the PKK terrorist organization.
In its recent spat with the Canadian government, measures taken by the Riyadh administration have been extreme.
The threat of evangelicalism lies in the fact that they create policies to realize what they believe in and have secured a place for themselves in political power.
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.
That the debate about Germany’s potential aim to have its own nuclear weapon coincides with the nationalist trend in the country’s political discourse also points out an interesting and deteriorating path.
Both Europe and Turkey will have to figure out a way to work with a unilateralist U.S. administration in order to protect their economic interests as well as energy needs
The only hope for a new start is Trump’s unpredictability. Another u-turn in American policies toward Turkey can save a sinking alliance, but time is running out. Somebody should tell Trump that when a super power goes rogue, everything goes wrong.
Ankara and Washington should immediately determine a new road map based on mutual interests in order to save their damaged ties.