Tuesday, 16 January , 2018

Russia-Turkey

Moscow on Erdogan’s comment about Assad

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman comments on Erdogan’s remarks about Assad December 28, 2017 The Turkish president earlier called Syria’s President Bashar Assad a "terrorist" MOSCOW, December 28. /TASS/....

Putin, Erdogan warn US move risks escalating tensions

Russian President Vladimir Putin has concluded a whirlwind one-day regional tour with a stop in Turkey, where he joined his Turkish counterpart in criticising a...

Putin To Visit Turkey And Egypt Amid Anger Over Trump’s Jerusalem...

Russian President Vladimir Putin, already scheduled to visit Egypt on December 11, will travel to Turkey on the same day for talks with President...

Turkey support key as US seeks to hold on in Syria

The Islamic State group may be on the run from its last bastion in Syria but the United States is gearing up for a...

NATO official: Turkey faces ‘consequences’ if purchase of S-400 completed

By Aaron Mehta WASHINGTON — A top NATO official has warned of “necessary consequences” for Turkey should the alliance member purchase a Russian...

‘What did they expect?’ Erdogan rebukes NATO critics over purchase of...

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan rebuked the critics of Turkey’s purchase from Russia of S-400 long-range surface-to-air missiles, saying Ankara had no intention of...

Turkey, Russia and Interesting New Balkan Geopolitics

By F. William Engdahl The geopolitical template of the entire European Union is undergoing one of its most profound changes since the collapse of the...

Did Putin Allow Erdogan to Attack US-Backed Kurds in Afrin?

Instead of dealing with the U.S. head-on, Putin may see Turkey's feud with its NATO ally as an opportunity to complicate American ambitions in Syria By...

Erdogan threatening Assad, Cyprus, Greece and EU!

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s statement that his goal in Syria was to end the rule of Bashar Assad has caused consternation in the Kremlin, with officials saying it contradicted previous assurances and was out of sync with Moscow’s take on the situation.

Turkey: Oncology and Geopolitics

Like the Russian president, Mr. Erdogan did not shrink from challenging the existing status-quo, claiming for Ankara the status of leader of the Muslim world. From the point of view of the Western elite, both of these politicians have signed their own death warrants with such declarations.