The split among NATO member countries will continue unless the alliance conform to a shared threat perception.
The outcome of the G-7 Quebec summit signals that the trade war between the U.S. and EU will continue for a while.
Considering the fact that policies implemented on Iran will affect Turkey and Russia, the two countries ought to maintain a calm environment between Iran and its rivals, the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia.
The tariffs imposed upon Chinese goods by the U.S. administration and the retaliation from the Chinese government are reflective of a possible trade war between the two countries.
A U.S. military intervention far from the realities of the geopolitics of the Syrian crisis would not have an effective result.
Is the Russian spy poisoning event in the U.K. an indication of the beginning of a new cold war?
“Turkey’s “allies” that arm, train, and protect the PKK may keep the group safe in some zones for some time, but this was not enough to stop Turkey in Afrin and may not be enough in the next battleground.”
Are Trump’s protectionist policies targeting China?
The future holds nothing for the YPG but a series of losses. The number of moves they have left will not affect the end result.
Disagreements over diplomacy and security issues between Turkey and U.S. do not affect trade ties. Trade volume expands by 16.6 percent in first 11 months of 2017 compared with first 11 months of 2016, reaches $18,7 Billion