Ana Yazılar

Turkey's Double-Edged Strategy to Bring Regional Stability

by Farhad Rezaei

Daesh militants in Jarablus were removed in a few hours and the city was recaptured within a day, a mission that other regional and global powers have not been able to accomplish.

Ana Yazılar

The Brexit’s aftereffects on the Turkish economy will hinge mostly upon the Brexit formula to be devised. The new structure of UK-EU trade could include Turkey as an associated party or, alternatively, pave the way for a new bilateral agreement with the UK.

Ana Yazılar

Turkey needs to prepare a road map for the education of refugee children. This is necessary to prevent the emergence of a ghost generation that has no identity, no home and no future.

Ana Yazılar

The Internationalization of Higher Education in Turkey

by Mahmut Özer

Turkey has taken critical steps in recent years to strengthen the internationalization of its higher education system. The enrollment ratio in Turkish higher education has also increased, and, at present, Turkish higher education experiences the internationalization phase.

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The Geopolitical Crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East

by Şener Aktürk

The New Turkey interviewed Professor Şener Aktürk and talked about the present international developments with regard to the geopolitical crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East.

Ana Yazılar

Strategic Goal and Operational Context of the Euphrates Shield

by Necdet Özçelik

Undoubtedly, the FSA/Turkish forces are capable of liberating the lands from the terrorist groups, if no international political strings are attached. However, the biggest challenge is endurance.

Ana Yazılar

Financing the Manufacturing Industry in Turkey

by Nurullah Gür

Turkey should switch its financial system from debt-based finance to equity-based finance to meet the manufacturing industry’s need for new investments.

İpek Coşkun

No More Ghost Generations: Syrian Children’s Education in Turkey

Turkey needs to prepare a road map for the education of refugee children. This is necessary to prevent the emergence of a ghost generation that has no identity, no home and no future.

Hatice Karahan

Economic Implications of Brexit and Turkey

The Brexit’s aftereffects on the Turkish economy will hinge mostly upon the Brexit formula to be devised. The new structure of UK-EU trade could include Turkey as an associated party or, alternatively, pave the way for a new bilateral agreement with the UK.

INVESTIGATION Turkey's July 15 Revolution

Turkey's July 15 Revolution

The New Turkey published several articles investigating political, social, and economic aspects of July 15 resistance to the coup attempt.

INVESTIGATION Freedom of Expression: Alla German?

Freedom of Expression: Alla German?

Despite the long history of friendship and partnership between Turkey and Germany, there are tidal waves of symmetry and asymmetry in political relations of the two countries. The New Turkey investigated current biased representations of Turkey in Germany.

Failed Coup-Attempt in Turkey: What happened on July 15?

On July 15, 2016, a small group of illegally organized soldiers within the Turkish Armed Forces, loyal to FETO (Gulenist Terror Organization), plotted a failed coup in Turkey.

INTERVIEW The Geopolitical Crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East

The Geopolitical Crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East

The New Turkey interviewed Professor Şener Aktürk and talked about the present international developments with regard to the geopolitical crisis in the Caucasus, Ukraine, and the Middle East.

INTERVIEW German Media and Turkey

German Media and Turkey

Media is not a global vending machine, where you go and want something. If you want something, you need to get it done yourself.