Selahattin Emre Çelebi

Selahattin Emre Çelebi

Turkey s Syrian Refugee Question

Turkey’s Syrian Refugee Question

September 6, 2019
Turkey has recently increased control over immigration as well as the irregular settlement of Syrians, due to increasing social disturbances, particularly in Istanbul.
Turkey s Central Bank announces sharp interest rate cut Experts

Turkey’s Central Bank announces sharp interest rate cut: Experts comment

July 27, 2019
Turkey's Central Bank announced a drop in interest rates from 24 percent to 19.75 percent. For some analysts, the rate cut went beyond expectations. The New Turkey asked two experts of Medipol University, Prof. Nurullah Gür and Prof. Mevlüt Tatlıyer for their opinions on the recent rate cut decision.
We Live in a Chaotic Matrix of Perceptions An Interview

We Live in a Chaotic Matrix of Perceptions: An Interview with Ali Saydam

June 4, 2019
The core of communication never changes. There is only one aim of communication: convince to change. The indication of convincing is to lead a change. You will convince and change the attitude.
Turkey s S-400 Deal and Adjusting the Ex Parte Alliance

Turkey’s S-400 Deal and Adjusting the Ex Parte Alliance

May 6, 2019
The relationship between President Erdogan and Donald Trump may help find a solution to S-400 row. However, many uncertainties in the region may lead to new other crises between the two.
Is Israel Knocking on the Doors of Gehenna

Is Israel Knocking on the Doors of Gehenna?

April 29, 2019
The two decisions of the U.S. administration – recognizing the Golan Heights as Israeli territory and the decision to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem – indicate that the Netanyahu and Trump administrations are forcing the limits of a regional war in the Middle East.
Christian Zionists Zionists and Authoritarian Regimes in the Middle East

Christian Zionists, Zionists and Authoritarian Regimes in the Middle East: A Bermuda Triangle?

April 18, 2019
The relation among the Bermuda Triangle is just like a hide-and-seek game; while veiling the image of Islam with ‘radicalism,’ it seeks this radical image in order to destroy both the authoritarian regimes in the homeland and white supremacists abroad.
For German Tourists Turkey is a Top Destination An Interview

For German Tourists, Turkey is a Top Destination: An Interview with German and Turkish Travel Agencies

April 14, 2019
Despite occasional rows between German and Turkish authorities, German tourists have increasingly chosen Turkey as their holiday destination. The New Turkey interviewed Kerstin Heinen, the spokesperson for the German Travel Association (Deutscher ReiseVerband, DRV) and Firuz B. Baglikaya, President of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies, TURSAB.
Turkey's Regulation Markets What are the Reactions A Street Story

Turkey's Regulation Markets: What are the Reactions? A Street Story

March 15, 2019
Although there has been heated debates on these markets in the media from an ‘ideological/political’ perspective, people seem to evaluate them from a practical perspective of their daily routine, with few exceptions.
Diplomatic Savagery An Interview with Ferhat Unlu on the Jamal

Diplomatic Savagery: An Interview with Ferhat Unlu on the Jamal Khashoggi Murder

February 28, 2019
Selahattin Emre Celebi from The New Turkey conducted an interview with Ferhat Unlu, one of the authors of the book ‘Diplomatic Cruelty: The Dark Secrets of the Murder of Jamal Khashoggi,' which seeks to shed light on the Jamal Khashoggi murder that occurred in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Who is Concerned about Turkey's Military Capacity in Greece

Who is Concerned about Turkey's Military Capacity in Greece?

February 15, 2019
The most important disputes between Greece and Turkey are the maritime borders in the Aegean Sea, which still remains unclear due to the Treaty of Lausanne, and the long standing Cyprus issue.