The June 24 snap elections gives Turkish people a chance to end Western hegemony in their own bureaucratic system.
Five reasons for why Turkey is holding snap elections:
U.S. President Donald Trump’s response to the recent chemical attack in Syria would keep the U.S. presence in the region while also deepening the crisis.
Washington should consider Ankara as an important ally instead of depending on terrorist organizations since it has proven its determination and success on the ground.
The chaotic divergence in the U.S. administration aside, Washington has no complete policy for Syria.
Following successful counter terrorism operations in Northern Syria, Turkey resolute to entirely clean all of its borders with Syria and Iraq from terror elements.
The U.S. should have realised that Turkey was not bluffing about clearing its border from all terrorist elements.
Moody’s report, which was probably written with direction from FETO, aims to devalue the Turkish lira.
Contrary to claims from some malicious circles, the main reason for Turkey’s presence in Syria is to purge its border of terrorist elements.
U.S. foreign policy is being shaped by narrow-minded military officers, and this is the reason behind Ankara and Washington’s frozen relations.