The global economy is increasingly turning from an open, free market, to one weighted in the protectionist policies of individual states.
With a plethora of fingers accusing Trump of having entered office with Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections, his timorous forebodings of a potential Chinese interference in U.S. midterms gains new meaning.
Some analysts have invented a new concept MAED – Mutually Assured Economic Destruction – in discussing U.S.-China relations, meaning that the destruction of one of the economies will lead to the devastation of the other.
While Trump’s protectionist policies may please his voters, they are damaging the global economy.
FETO members in Kyrgyzstan, along with fugitives from Turkey, have accumulated enough power to darken the country’s future.
The foreign policy makers of the Trump administration are damaging the U.S.’ prestige among its allies, leaving the country more isolated than ever.
The global system is set for the emergence of a more chaotic, multipolar and conflictual order in which bilateral alliances, rivalries and issue-based partnerships will replace multilateral international platforms and rule-based regimes.
World politics is presently going through an extensive transition process, which is directly reformulating the existing balances among global powers.
The deteriorating transatlantic relations could possibly open a new phase in Turkey-Germany relations.
The current crisis between Turkey and the U.S. is leading Ankara to seek for alternatives and to readjust its geopolitical portfolio.