As the HDP embraces a louder affiliation with the PKK, counterterrorism measures might be hardened to hurt the party organization more seriously.
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?
FETO is not only a threat for Turkey but one for all countries that still allow for the group to operate within their borders.
The PKK continues to murder Kurdish people in Turkey who do not support the terrorist organization.
All eyes in the Middle East are now on Turkey, which after the presidential elections is on the brink of a major transformation process in its approach to foreign policy.
Tehran sees Turkey’s counterterrorism operation in Qandil as a threat to its influence over Iraq and across the region more generally.
CHP’s reaction to Turkey’s legitimate offensive against the PKK formations in northern Iraq is irrational.
“Only after such a tri-partite cooperation of Turkey, Iran, and Iraq, can the PKK finally be cleaned off from Qandil.”
If the United States keeps its promises on Manbij, it will be able to solve its specific problems with Turkey and, more broadly, hold talks on the future of Syria and Iran with the Turks.
All the sources and data on the subject indicate that the PYD, which endeavors to idealize its armed conflict in the guise of fighting a liberation war, systematically engages in child recruitment, which is mainly due to the obstacles the organization faces in mobilizing militants while proving that the PYD’s ideology does not address the masses in the region.