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Can the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria Be a Transformative Power

Can the Muslim Brotherhood in Algeria Be a Transformative Power?

The Muslim Brotherhood's decision to nominate a candidate in the presidential election for the...

The End of the Liberal World

The End of the Liberal World?

History has not come to an end. The self-appointed enforcers of the existing order have triggered...

What Happened to the Turkish Lira

What Happened to the Turkish Lira?

If the very financial firms, who are to impart valuable information regarding national countries...

Is China Buying Out Africa

Is China Buying Out Africa?

Western countries have historically had a strong hand in the African continent and feel...

Jacinda Ardern and the World s Muslims

Jacinda Ardern and the World’s Muslims

While cultural racism and Islamophobia invade all corners of Europe, New Zealand Prime Minister...

Why are You Afraid of Calling Christchurch a Terrorist Attack

Why are You Afraid of Calling Christchurch a Terrorist Attack?

The Western world should be aware of an increasing danger caused by a new wave of racism and...

The Rise of China in Saudi Arabia s Foreign Policy

The Rise of China in Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Policy

Saudi Arabia no longer considers the United States as its sole partner in global and regional...

Turkey s Reliable Diplomacy in the Somalia-Somaliland Talks

Turkey’s Reliable Diplomacy in the Somalia-Somaliland Talks

Turkey plays a significant and important role in Africa, now it can bring Somalia and the...

The European Parliament Seeks the Medieval Age in Hagia Sophia

The European Parliament Seeks the Medieval Age in Hagia Sophia

The European Parliament considers defending Hagia Sophia’s conversion into a mosque an extremism...

Christchurch The West Got It All Wrong

Christchurch: The West Got It All Wrong

The lesson of the New Zealand attack is that the West got it all wrong. If there is one solution...

The Link Between Brexit and Turkey's Dashed Hopes of Being

The Link Between Brexit and Turkey's Dashed Hopes of Being an EU Member

For older, experienced EU hacks, such as the author, there were no great surprises to the loaded...

How the US and Israel are Trying to Bring Iran

How the US and Israel are Trying to Bring Iran to its Knees

With the Trump administration, the U.S. government has launched a regime change discourse against...

What Awaits Venezuela A Military Coup or a Civil War

What Awaits Venezuela: A Military Coup or a Civil War?

The question is whether a civil war might break out in Venezuela. The possibility of a civil war...

A Muslim Chancellor in Germany

A Muslim Chancellor in Germany?

In response to Ralph Brinkhaus' statements on the possibility of having a German Muslim...

The Hysteria of Cultural Racism

The Hysteria of Cultural Racism

The French Muslims are afraid right now. Politicians, intellectuals, and the media are...

Turkey as a Rising Actor in Global Arms Exports

Turkey as a Rising Actor in Global Arms Exports

According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute although the U.S., Russia,...

YPG s Foreign Fighters Volunteers or Terrorists

YPG’s Foreign Fighters: Volunteers or Terrorists?

Western governments should take the issue of FTF returnees of the YPG seriously at least for the...

Turkey's S-400 Deal The Last Straw that Breaks the Camel's

Turkey's S-400 Deal: The Last Straw that Breaks the Camel's Back in US-Turkey Relations?

Turkey's purchase of S-400s from Russia is more than a simple choice. It's a strategic choice...

Once Renowned for its Beauty My Home Today Becomes a

Once Renowned for its Beauty, My Home Today Becomes a Bloody Battleground

Once known for its extraordinary beauty, the valley of Kashmir today hosts one of the biggest,...

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...

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,...

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...

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...