The anniversary of the brutal Nagasaki attack should be an important reminder for all of us, in order not to allow such a deadly incident to happen again in any part of the world.
Ankara and Washington should immediately determine a new road map based on mutual interests in order to save their damaged ties.
Trump’s dilemma with Russia differs from his predecesors in two ways: Trump’s attitude towards Western leaders and his attempt to be closer to Russia.
Neither the U.S. nor the Russian President agree with analysts who claim that the rivalry between the U.S. and Russia are over.
The outcome of NATO’s Brussels summit will demonstrate whether the U.S.-led bloc, recently shaken by Washington’s controversial policies, will secure its effectiveness in the international community.
The improvement of Turkish-U.S. ties depends on the formation of strong and strategic cooperation between the two countries in the coming period.
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.
President Erdogan has been re-elected as the President of Turkey, this time with the public consent to establish the presidential system.
In order for Turkey and the U.S. to improve their strategic partnership, cooperation on the Manbij issue needs to be spread to other issues in Syria.
“Sanctions, economic measures and trade embargoes seem to be the potential tools that will be used by the U.S. administration against Iran.”