Tuesday, 19 November , 2019

US-Turkish relations

The coup d’état was against Kemalists

By Mehmet Perinçek 20.07.2016 Turkish historian and political scientist, former political prisoner in the case of "Ergenekon" Mehmet Perincek commented an unsuccessful coup attempt in Turkey: The...

Turkey Sanctions Vote Underscores U.S. Breakdown With NATO Ally

By David Wainer October 30, 2019 The passage of sanctions legislation against Turkey in the U.S. House of Representatives underscores a sober reality about U.S. ties...

Latest Developments around Syria (also on Armenian genocide and Syrian constitution)

Bipartisan House Passes Bill Punishing Turkey for Syria Invasion By ALAN FRAM / AP October 29, 2019 A bipartisan bill punishing Turkey for its invasion of...

The ongoing crisis in the Middle East

Kurds Pulling Out of North Syria as Ceasefire Largely Holds Turkey and Kurds disagree on terms of the deal Posted on October 18, 2019 The...

‘Why not? We didn’t come here for nothing’: Erdogan on buying...

28 Aug, 2019 Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan poured more fuel on the rumors that Ankara might be buying Russian Su-57 fighters if the US...

Erdogan Warns Americans

Over Half of Turks Have Anti-US Views, Support Improving Ties With Russia - Poll 06.02.2018 ANKARA (Sputnik) - Almost 95 percent of Turkish citizens either fully...

Turkey – in the epicenter of tectonic shifts

Henry Kissinger reminds us that in international relations, states do not have permanent friends or enemies, only interests. That lesson reverberated Tuesday in St. Petersburg, where Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan let bygones be bygones with his "dear friend, the esteemed Vladimir" in an ironic (and somewhat excessive) display of diplomatic reconciliation.

President Obama considers dissolving the CIA and NSA – they knew...

German parliamentarians prepare to ask also for sanctions against USA, Britain and France. According to those parliamentarians, by implementing the Chaos Strategy in the Middle East, in order to “promote democracy”, as they kept saying, Washington, London and Paris are directly responsible for the refugee crisis, the terror attacks and the whole instability which landed now in Turkey.

An Eloquent Silence: The West does not respond to Turkish accusations

Something very strange is happening. The great majority of the mainstream western media are “under-reporting” the quite monumental events affecting one of the most important NATO allies. In the same time more and more accusations and more concrete ones are coming out of Turkey about the West supporting the failed coup! Still western media and capitals behave like it is just normal for leaders and officials of a NATO country to accuse the United States of supporting a coup in their country!