“Do people in Germany need to define themselves through their religion?”
A new axis is forming in the Eastern Mediterranean, with Cyprus at the heart of a dispute between Turkey and its neighbors over hydrocarbon exploration in a region that is gradually succumbing to Russian influence.
Due to a decrease in popularity, both within the electorate and within conservative voices of her own party, there is a belief that Chancellor Merkel may only have about two years left in office.
President Trump’s dismissal of Rex Tillerson via a Twitter message together with the appointment of Mike Pompeo to head of the State Department has raised many questions about the future course of U.S. foreign policy.
The domestic politics in U.S., regime insecurity in Pyongyang, the leadership styles of Kim and Trump and the role of external factors will all contribute to the talks.
Will Brexit and other separatist movements spell the end of modernization, peace and prosperity for Europe?
“Whether sooner or later, Boko Haram will one day disappear, but Salafi thought is a longer-term phenomenon that has been shaping and transforming Islamic life in Nigeria.”
Hesitant behavior displayed by European countries with regard to the terror groups that target Turkey illustrates the fact that they can still take sides against Ankara and side with the YPG and the PKK during the Afrin operation.
Both Erdogan and Macron need one another. While Paris can gain regional and global structure via Turkey, Ankara can gain renewed influence in other European capitals via Paris.
Interpersonal violence needs to be taken into consideration on a serious level as it can result in not only lifelong physical and psychological health issues for the victim but also can generate societal as well as economic risks for society as a whole.