Nurşin Ateşoğlu Güney

Nurşin Ateşoğlu Güney

Turkey's Drilling Ships to Respond to Injustice in the Eastern

Turkey's Drilling Ships to Respond to Injustice in the Eastern Mediterranean

July 25, 2019
The sirens of Fatih and Yavuz are now ringing like alarm bells to awake those dreaming about ignoring Ankara and Nicosia in the Mediterranean, while the region is on the brink of a global-scale geopolitical fight.
An Iron Curtain on the Eastern Mediterranean Will the US

An Iron Curtain on the Eastern Mediterranean: Will the US Isolate Turkey?

May 16, 2019
A new cold war was not a development Ankara wished for, nor did Ankara wish for one to begin in the Mediterranean, but if there must be one Turkey will define its own role: the stabilizer of balances. Ankara will build the necessary capabilities for this on its own. And in this process whoever loses Ankara politically will start this struggle on the Mediterranean front with a great handicap no matter how much noise they may make.
As Washington looks to divide the Middle East Turkey pins

As Washington looks to divide the Middle East, Turkey pins Hopes on Democracy

November 10, 2016
As Washington seeks to leave a fragmented Syria and Iraq, Turkey, facing grave security threats emanating from that very fragmentation, seeks to bolster democracy while preserving the territorial integrity of the region.
Increasing Cooperation Between Ankara and Washington on the Syrian Issue

Increasing Cooperation Between Ankara and Washington on the Syrian Issue: How About Revisiting the Safe Zone Idea?

April 1, 2016
Last week, just before President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s visit to the United States, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken paid a visit to Ankara where the two sides discussed the ongoing efforts to defeat DAESH.