With the introduction of the new executive presidency system in Turkey, Binali Yildirim made history as the last prime minister.
The Turkish economy has her own problems such as current account deficit, as other economies have their own. However, it has showed her resilience and potential time and again in the last 7 decades and particularly in the 2000s.
Diplomatic circles are expressing that the low-level meetings have resulted in an agreement and that ministers will put the finishing touches to the said agreement.
“Conflictual and exclusivist foreign policies are simply zero-sum games; the normalization of politics in the Middle East requires balanced relations among regional states.”
In order to avoid the deterioration of the Turkish Lira, the government need to reduce its reliance on foreign capital flows by speeding up structural reforms.
Turkey’s determination on the Jerusalem issue outdistances the Arab countries that no longer see Palestine as a priority.
Due to the increase of migrants illegally crossing to Europe through the Black Sea, the European Union may need to re-knock on Turkey’s door in order to stop the crisis from cultivating.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the U.S. signed the nuclear agreement in 2015 and thus cannot annul it at its will, warning of a new crisis in the region.
It seems that tensions with Europe will not be a dominant theme in Turkey’s upcoming elections, but it is difficult to say the same about potential developments in the Middle East.
A report written by Ipek Coskun and published by the SETA Foundation indicates why the education facilities provided by the Turkish government in Euphrates Shield regions should be replicated across Syria.