Monday, 6 July , 2020

US-Turkey relations

Tulsi Gabbard: No war with Russia for the sake of Erdogan!

Feb.29, 2020 https://twitter.com/TulsiGabbard/status/1233740452182024193

Trump backs Turkey against Russia and Syria. Is he a “Russian...

In Call With Erdogan, Trump Backs Turkey on Syria Trump reaffirms Syria, Russia must halt offensive February 28, 2020gories President Trump had a call with Turkey’s...

US Nearly Broke Ties With Turkey, Ankara Disappointed With Washington’s Actions

15.08.2018 Relations between the US and Turkey have deteriorated of late for various reasons, including the detention of US pastor Andrew Brunson, the purchase of...

Τhe USA and the coup in Turkey: new disturbing questions

Reports that US General John F. Campbell was the organizer of a coup d'etat in Turkey surprised no one. Recall that the July 25th edition of the Turkish Yeni Safak, close to President Recep Erdogan's AKP party, reported that General John F. Campbell, former U.S. commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), a NATO-led security mission in Afghanistan, was the organizer of the July 15th military coup attempt in Turkey.

Will Turkey be expelled from NATO?

Many analysts believe Turkey and NATO are on a collision course. One end of their argument hinges on the belief — apparently shared to an extent by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Turkish government — that the United States and NATO played a role in the unsuccessful coup attempt July 15.

ΝΑΤΟ, Turkey and the shifting strategic landscape

Turkey is ready to work towards restoration of peace and stability in the region together with Russia and Iran, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in a telephone conversation with Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on Monday.

A Coup Foretold (Turkey and the Neocons)

We repost the article: “Turkey: Is a Military Coupe Possible?” which was first published on 31 March 2016 By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Some hours before the Brussels...

Erdogan goes to war

Istanbul (dpa) - The fight against terrorism is more important than "democracy, freedom and rule of law," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says. "For us,...