The CHP and HDP are trying to hand in hand to prevent the Turkish government from increasing its fight against the PKK and FETO terrorist groups.
The Turkish people will choose a leader who will skillfully manage the country in a rapidly changing and unpredictable global system, in which even historical allies are turning against one another.
The so-called ‘fight against radicalization’ seen in Austria and across Europe in general, only encourages discrimination and alienates Muslims from society through a far more destructive form of radicalism.
Trump’s unilateralist foreign policy is leading the U.S. down a self-destructive path while increasing the competition and tension between global powers.
The outcome of the G-7 Quebec summit signals that the trade war between the U.S. and EU will continue for a while.
CHP’s reaction to Turkey’s legitimate offensive against the PKK formations in northern Iraq is irrational.
Major challenges require unconventional responses, and Turkey is preparing to produce an unconventional and comprehensive systemic response to the major and multifaceted challenges it faces in various areas.
Does the Manbij deal have the ability to reform bilateral relations between Turkey and the U.S.?
If the United States keeps its promises on Manbij, it will be able to solve its specific problems with Turkey and, more broadly, hold talks on the future of Syria and Iran with the Turks.
The recent agreement over Manbij between Turkey and the U.S. is a hopeful development; yet other important issues regarding Ankara’s security concerns and peace in Syria still remain.