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 sanctions imposed upon two Turkish ministers in regards to the Brunson case are mere tools used to gain leverage in U.S. domestic and foreign policy.
‘Perhaps Ozil’s recent stance may achieve or possibly trigger more than what previous victims of known racist treatments have not had the chance to.’
Issues such as the PYD, FETO, and Iran are elements of fragmentation between the US and Turkish administrations.
The founding member of the EU and supposedly a state of law – Germany – is guarding the July 15 coup plotters and this is not kept as a secret.
The NSU trial in Germany has finally been concluded. However, there are many questions that remain unanswered.
“Unlike other countries that experienced violence and instability during the wave of the Arab uprisings, Morocco has achieved relative stability. However, deteriorating economic conditions, the democratic demands of the youth and ethnic discrimination have contributed to widespread dissatisfaction among Moroccans against their long-standing regime.”
The split among NATO member countries will continue unless the alliance conform to a shared threat perception.
In order to ensure that the AfD do not become the new right in Germany, Merkel’s government has increasingly adopted populist discourses.
“While the EU’s grand effort to keep the JCPOA alive seems to fail in the future, unlike the U.S., the participant countries have shown that they still maintain the channel of communication with the government of Iran.”