President Erdogan has been re-elected as the President of Turkey, this time with the public consent to establish the presidential system.
Too busy trying to make Erdogan fail, the Western media are running in contradiction with Turkey’s sociology.
The fact that Turkey forced the PKK out of Manbij in cooperation with the U.S. and without having to conduct a military operation there can be counted as success.
European states have established an anti-Erdogan and anti-AK Party international coalition in the run up to the June 24 elections.
Tehran sees Turkey’s counterterrorism operation in Qandil as a threat to its influence over Iraq and across the region more generally.
In order for Turkey and the U.S. to improve their strategic partnership, cooperation on the Manbij issue needs to be spread to other issues in Syria.
Turkey’s opposition parties and their presidential candidates have increasingly adopted an aggressive narrative throughout their election campaigns.
“Sanctions, economic measures and trade embargoes seem to be the potential tools that will be used by the U.S. administration against Iran.”
As Turkey is going through a systematic transition, reforms and new initiatives in economics are required in order to sustain growth and development.
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.