The global economy is increasingly turning from an open, free market, to one weighted in the protectionist policies of individual states.
Will relations between Turkey and Iraq change in the post-Abadi era?
Turkey has supported its word with action, it is time for others to do the same.
But will all this activism and enthusiasm at different levels – a veritable craze for UNESCO – be enough to change the negative perception of Turkey in Europe and in the U.S.?
While Trump’s protectionist policies may please his voters, they are damaging the global economy.
The Jameel Prize is ‘an award for contemporary art and design inspired by Islamic tradition’ and is currently on view at the V and A Museum until November 25, 2018. The strongest works in the exhibition are those that rigorously explore Islamic artistic traditions while bringing something new in terms of material and concept.
The international community, including the U.S., has the responsibility to defend civilians against the brutality of the Assad regime and his allies.
By framing a ‘zero’ policy towards Iran, the U.S. administration not only intends to strain the financial capacity of the Iranian regime, but also demands other countries to reduce their exports from Iran to zero.
The sanctions imposed upon two Turkish ministers in regards to the Brunson case are mere tools used to gain leverage in U.S. domestic and foreign policy.
Following the July 15, 2016, military coup in Turkey, Andrew Brunson – an Evangelical pastor currently under house arrest in Turkey – said: “We were waiting for some events to shake the Turks […], the coup attempt was a shock, many Turks trusted the military as they did in the past […] We will eventually win.”