With tensions rising between Berlin and Ankara, various factors may push both sides towards reconciliation.
Plans for a pipeline delivering Russian natural gas to Europe via Turkey may face several obstacles.
The scope of tension between Iran and Turkey have dramatically intensified across the region due to the Syrian crisis.
Can the EU and Turkey afford an escalation of current tensions in light of the economic interdependence between the two entities?
Reasons Behind Turkey‘s Military Base in Somalia
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced recently that Turkey plans to open its largest military base outside its borders in Somalia.
The US strike is an indication that Washington is bent on restructuring its position on the conflict in Syria.
Implications and Fall out of the Turkish Referendum
The outcome of the referendum on constitutional amendments in Turkey has a set implications on its internal and external affairs.
The agreement reached between Russia, Turkey and Iran on May 4, 2017 to create safe zones is currently facing multiple challenges.
The Demise of the Turkish Democratic Model
Erdogan’s rule of Turkey, which extends to August 2019 is paving the way to the end of the once praised Turkish model.
Actors in the US-led Global Coalition to Counter ISIS are now playing new roles in the theatre of operations in Raqqa.
Turkey’s Options to Counter the Kurds before the Erdogan -Trump Summit
The latest Turkish airstrikes convey a set of messages by the Turkish government in a critical time.
Turkey’s Options towards America’s Support of Syria’s Kurds
American support for Kurds in Syria has become a serious problem that threatens American-Turkish relations.
Germany’s interests in the Middle East have become more obvious after internal conflicts broke out in some of the region’s Arab states.
Turkey’s economy is experiencing a new stage of growth following hardships and political turbulence after the failed Coup attempt.