The New Turkey

The New Turkey

The New Turkey is a news-analysis portal dedicated to cover the issues on the agenda of Turkey and the world. The New Turkey covers a wide range of topics including domestic, regional and global politics, economy and intellectual currents.
What is Happening in Kashmir A Chronology

What is Happening in Kashmir? A Chronology

September 24, 2019
A blockade continues to be imposed in Indian-administered Kashmir since the Indian Government revoked Kashmir’s special constitutional status on August 5, 2019. The special constitutional status granted Kashmir the right to have its own constitution, a separate flag and the autonomy to make laws on all matters, except defense, communications and foreign affairs.
Tortured and Imprisoned Children are Unsafe in Sisi s Egypt

Tortured and Imprisoned: Children are Unsafe in Sisi’s Egypt

September 21, 2019
Children pay the price of the political struggle. If the systematic targeting of human rights defenders, protesters, and the use of death sentence following unfair trials continue in Egypt, human rights, especially children's rights, will continue to be gravely violated.
Sudan Peace Talks A Chronology

Sudan Peace Talks: A Chronology

July 26, 2019
The Freedom and Change Forces announced on July 19 that the text for peace in Sudan will be included in the constitutional declaration, which is to be declared in the upcoming days.
Hate crimes increase in the US since Trump s election

Hate crimes increase in the US since Trump’s election

July 22, 2019
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a prominent U.S. civil rights group said it has identified 900 incidents of harassment following Trump’s election to the presidency. SPLC outlines that Trump’s rhetoric and actions have affected U.S. society.
The rise of BJP in India coincides with the rise

The rise of BJP in India coincides with the rise of Hindu nationalism

July 18, 2019
According to observers, the Hindu nationalist rhetoric and the electoral marginalization of Muslims are two of the reasons why India has been falling behind on human rights and representation in democratic institutions.
Who is Ursula von der Leyen the new European Commission

Who is Ursula von der Leyen, the new European Commission President?

July 18, 2019
Ursula von der Leyen was accused by Nigel Farage of wanting to control “every single aspect of our lives,” and that she wants to build an “undemocratic, outdated form of communism that will render nation state parliaments, where the state controls everything, where nation state parliaments will seize to have any relevance at all.”
Turkey's Stance in the Eastern Mediterranean

Turkey's Stance in the Eastern Mediterranean

July 18, 2019
Despite the fact that Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus are trying to be bypassed in the Eastern Mediterranean, the two countries are using international law to protect their rights.
Waves of the US Sanctions on Iran A Chronology

Waves of the US Sanctions on Iran: A Chronology

July 14, 2019
New sanctions that might be imposed by the U.S. against Iran might put an end to the diplomatic doors between the two countries.
Turkey s Judicial Reform Strategy

Turkey’s Judicial Reform Strategy

July 11, 2019
Taking EU regulations into account, Turkey has recently laid out a comprehensive judicial reform document with the aim to expand judicial independence and to prepare the country for the Human Rights Action Plan.
The Washington Post drops Journalism to a new low

The Washington Post drops Journalism to a new low

July 4, 2019
“It is not possible to explain this with freedom of press and expression. To portray one of the leaders of a terrorist organization as the representation of Kurds is, above all, an insult to the Kurds.”