Politics

Islam in the UAE s Foreign Policy

Islam in the UAE’s Foreign Policy

The UAE utilizes Islam to strengthen its regime’s legitimacy, compete with rival states’ visions...

Why Do Election Polls Fail

Why Do Election Polls Fail?

Especially after the June 24 elections, owners of some survey companies admitted that they made...

Vertical Mobilization of Turkey s Conservatives

Vertical Mobilization of Turkey’s Conservatives

The February 28 coup was not just about re-shaping the political spectrum by forcing political...

Ghosts of the Arab Revolutions Haunt Algeria

Ghosts of the Arab Revolutions Haunt Algeria

Ghost of Arab revolutions will continue to haunt the oppressive regimes in the Arab world,...

What If It Works The CHP's Local Election Strategy

What If It Works? The CHP's Local Election Strategy

Kilicdaroglu's excuse for a possible defeat is already at hand. He will argue that the CHP failed...

Undemocratic But Democratic How the Global Hegemony Is Maintained through

Undemocratic But Democratic: How the Global Hegemony Is Maintained through Coups

Speaking to New York Times, a senior officer who has worked in the Venezuelan military confessed...

Ambivalent Policies and the Loss of Western Values

Ambivalent Policies and the Loss of Western Values

Norbert Röttgen, Germany’s Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, described the Venezuelan...

Is the US Going to Withdraw from Syria or Not

Is the US Going to Withdraw from Syria or Not?

The U.S. administration has been persuaded to leave a residual U.S. force (400 soldiers), which...

An Alternative View of the 28 February Coup

An Alternative View of the 28 February Coup

What was the February 28 coup? It was a special moment in Turkish politics. It was a moment of...

22 Years On Turkey's Post-Modern Coup

22 Years On: Turkey's Post-Modern Coup

On the 22nd anniversary of the February 28 coup, Turkey is at an important stage on the road of...

Radicalization in Egypt May Haunt Europe

Radicalization in Egypt May Haunt Europe

Sisi’s harsh stance against the civil opposition in the country and the increasing brutality may...

Who Will Shape the Politics of Singapore

Who Will Shape the Politics of Singapore?

Changes occurring in Singapore's political realm should not be evaluated alone but should be...

Is there a Split Within the AK Party

Is there a Split Within the AK Party?

Some political circles imply that former AK Party ministers are about to establish a new...

Tortures Executions and Sisi s Unlimited Credibility in the West

Tortures, Executions, and Sisi’s Unlimited Credibility in the West

Unlike the toppled president Morsi, Sisi has nothing else other than Western support. Those nine...

US Policy Towards Syria A Tangled Mess of Bilateral Negotiations

US Policy Towards Syria: A Tangled Mess of Bilateral Negotiations

Conditions in Northern Syria may force Turkey to follow "first act then deal" option.

Is the UK Wrong for Stripping ex-ISIS Bride of Citizenship

Is the UK Wrong for Stripping ex-ISIS Bride of Citizenship?

Begum’s UK citizenship annulment may seem racist and even be illegal. But it’s the least...

Germany s New Strategy Against the PKK or Just Temporary

Germany’s New Strategy Against the PKK or Just Temporary Steps?

Germany needs to start an actual struggle against all potential PKK components flourished in...

FETO's Efforts to Make Albania a Safe Haven

FETO's Efforts to Make Albania a Safe Haven

The status of FETO in Albania will be a determinant of future relations with Turkey, which...

Turkey Seeks for an Effective Public Dispute Resolution Mechanism

Turkey Seeks for an Effective Public Dispute Resolution Mechanism

The Ombudsman Institution can be a chance to provide more transparency, collaboration, and...

How the Egypt's Judiciary is Aiding the Sisi Regime to

How the Egypt's Judiciary is Aiding the Sisi Regime to Maintain its Oppression

Since Sisi assumed power, the Egyptian judiciary has served to legitimate and facilitate the...

The US-Iran Rivalry in Iraq May Cause Another Popular Uprising

The US-Iran Rivalry in Iraq May Cause Another Popular Uprising

The U.S. administration has two options in Iraq: either to back track Trump’s harsh rhetoric on...

Egypt s Rise in the African Political Landscape A Regional

Egypt’s Rise in the African Political Landscape: A Regional Power?

Egypt is regaining its powerful position in Africa’s political, social, and economic landscape. A...

Anti-Refugee Sentiment Ahead of Turkey's Local Elections

Anti-Refugee Sentiment Ahead of Turkey's Local Elections

In the run up to the local elections to be held on March 31, anti-refugee rhetoric targeting...

Who is Concerned about Turkey's Military Capacity in Greece

Who is Concerned about Turkey's Military Capacity in Greece?

The most important disputes between Greece and Turkey are the maritime borders in the Aegean Sea,...