Monday, 21 October , 2019

AKP

It’s time for Turkey and NATO to go their separate ways

By Michael Rubin August 16, 2018 “If the internal stress in the U.S. goes on like this, the possibility of another 9/11 is not all that...

What Erdogan’s Big Victory in Turkish Elections Means

By Melkulangara BHADRAKUMAR 25.06.2018 Democratic elections often produce strange outcomes. India’s present government won just 31% of the votes polled in the 2019 parliamentary poll, which...

Turkey’s Looming Crisis

by Conn Hallinan December 22, 2017 Viewed one way, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan looks unassailable: He weathered last year’s coup attempt, jailed more than 50,000...

Former CIA officer says US policies helped create IS

Published in www.al-monitor.com American Graham Fuller emphasized that the West, including the United States, has now accepted that the Assad government will retain power....

How did Erdogan “win” the referendum?

By Hamid Alizadeh   Recep Tayyib Erdogan officially won the YES vote in Turkey’s referendum. But what was the character of his victory and what does...

Great Maneuvers around Syria, Turkey and the Kurds

Russia, Turkey and Iran sign memorandum on de-escalation zones in Syria Russia, Turkey and Iran have signed a memorandum on setting up de-escalation zones in...

Turkey, Let Us Not Celebrate Yet!

So many would like this to happen – to see Turkey go, to leave NATO, to break its psychological, political and economic dependency on the West. Now that Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his allies are quarreling with the United States and the EU, there is suddenly great hope that Turkey may thoroughly re-think its position in the world, strengthen its ties

Erdogan and the Christians

By Stathis Habibis Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom) was built in the 6th century in the then capital of the Byzantine Empire, Constantinople, known now as...

Turkey in Crisis

The Davutoglu era is over Should I boast about being prophetic because less than 48 hours ago I informed my editor at Al-Monitor that the...

Neoconservatives against Erdogan

Dear President Erdogan, Welcome to Washington. Your visit comes at a critical moment in U.S.-Turkish relations. Within the past decade, many of Turkey’s friends here were...