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.
Soylu Almost 300 000 Syrians returned to their homes after

Soylu: Almost 300,000 Syrians returned to their homes after Turkey’s operations

December 25, 2018
Speaking at the 2nd coordination meeting for the Combat Against Irregular Migration in Edirne during the weekend, Turkey’s Minister of Interior Affairs – Suleyman Soylu – stated that 291,790 Syrians have returned back to their homes after the Turkish military’s successful operations in Syria.
Turkey to purchase both S-400 and Patriot defense system 'if

Turkey to purchase both S-400 and Patriot defense system 'if necessary'

December 25, 2018
In a press meeting after a cabinet meeting yesterday, spokesman for the Turkish presidency, Ibrahim Kalin, told reporters that Turkey has long borders and different interests, which makes it possible for the country to buy both the S-400 and Patriot air defense system if necessary.
Creating jobs for disabled and those under protection

Creating jobs for disabled and those under protection

December 24, 2018
In a written statement yesterday, Turkey’s Minister of Family, Labour, and Social Services – Zehra Zumrut Selcuk – announced that 2,504 disabled citizens and 3,274 teenagers under state protection will be placed into suitable jobs.
Trump s decision to withdraw from Syria and its implications

Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria and its implications for Turkey

December 21, 2018
Both the approval of possible patriot sales to Turkey and the U.S. withdrawal from Syria will have a direct effect on the foreign policy of Ankara in the short and long term. Hence, these two events have been observed as a triumph for Erdogan.
The Gulen question and Flynn s cooperation with Mueller

The Gulen question and Flynn’s cooperation with Mueller

December 21, 2018
The trial against Bajan Rafakan and Ekim Alptekin is set to begin in the U.S. on 11 February, 2019, which is directly related to the extradition of Fetullah Gulen – the leader of the Fetullah Terrorist Organization, which staged the failed coup attempt in Turkey on July 15, 2016.
Negotiations for local elections are changing each week

Negotiations for local elections are changing each week

December 19, 2018
After the party assembly meeting for determining candidates for local elections yesterday, Seyit Torun – deputy head of the CHP – made a press conference and announced 67 candidates of the CHP.
Turkey Russia and Iran agreed on the establishment of a

Turkey, Russia and Iran agreed on the establishment of a constitutional commission in Syria

December 19, 2018
Yesterday in Geneva, Foreign Ministers of Turkey, Russia and Iran - Mevlut Cavusoglu, Sergey Lavrov, Muhammad Javad Zarif - agreed upon the establishment of a constitutional commission of which the composition is yet to be set.  
Turkish FM answers on whether Turkey will work with Assad

Turkish FM answers on whether Turkey will work with Assad

December 17, 2018
Speaking at the 18th Doha Forum in Qatar yesterday, Cavusoglu responded to a question on whether or not Turkey will accept a Syria with Assad in the future. The FM said, “What we are trying to do at the moment is work for a creation of a constitution for Syria by the Syrians.”
Details of Turkey's military operation in Syria gradually disclosed

Details of Turkey's military operation in Syria gradually disclosed

December 14, 2018
In response to President Erdogan’s announcement of the operation, the U.S. defense ministry has stated that a one-sided military operation towards the northeast of Syria is “worrying” and “unacceptable.”
Why is Turkey launching a new operation in Syria

Why is Turkey launching a new operation in Syria?

December 14, 2018
The area which Turkey will launch a new military operation - east of the Euphrates River - is an area where the YPG/PKK terrorist organization is continuing its efforts to form a state.