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 split among NATO member countries will continue unless the alliance conform to a shared threat perception.
Western arms companies have utilized the instability in the Middle East and have significantly increased their exports to the region.
Turkey’s June 24 election results are considered as a chance by the Turkish diaspora to initiate new and stable bilateral relations for the upcoming future.
The so-called ‘fight against radicalization’ seen in Austria and across Europe in general, only encourages discrimination and alienates Muslims from society through a far more destructive form of radicalism.
The outcome of the G-7 Quebec summit signals that the trade war between the U.S. and EU will continue for a while.
The Westerners, who have been trying to remove Mr. Erdogan from power for the past five years, are actually building their own case for why the West lost Turkey.
In Sener Akturk’s ‘Political Engineering and the Exclusion of Religious Conservative Muslims in Europe,’ it is clear that the representation of Muslims in parliaments across Europe does not amount to a substantive representation.
Figures reiterate the fact that there has been a sincere increase in Islamophobic attacks across Europe.
Is the Russian spy poisoning event in the U.K. an indication of the beginning of a new cold war?