The Reasons of Turkey’s Bias to Qatar during the Gulf Crisis
As Turkish efforts of mediation stumbled, Ankara sided with Doha and provided it with political, economic and military support.
Why does the "March for Justice" Constitute a Threat to Erdogan’s Regime?
The "March for Justice," led by Kemal Kilicdaroglu, revealed the growing opposition to the AKP and the Turkish president.
The Qatar crisis has seen a flurry of significant developments after Turkey and Iran intervened declaring their solidarity with Doha.
Why did Erdogan's Diplomacy Fail to Resolve the Qatar Crisis?
The main declared goal of the visit was the Turkish President’s desire to play a mediating role in the crisis between the Quartet countries and Qatar.
Turkey and Russia recently announced that their talks about the delivery of the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile defense system to Ankara were now at a final stage.
CHP as an Alternative
After the Constitutional referendum, intense light was shed on the main opposition party CHP, which was leading the “No” campaign.
Turkey has recently launched vigorous efforts to increase its domestic oil and natural gas production to meet its domestic demands.
Turkey-Israel relations have recently been caught in a new stage of political and media confrontations between the two countries.
Current data on the political and military situation in Syria indicate that the military aspect remains the dominant factor.
The PYD continues its efforts and takes new executive actions with the aim of turning the federal system into reality.
Motives for “Personal Revenge” Spread to International Relations
The impact of personal factors such as revenge, hatred, and disharmony between leaders has spread to the interactions between states.
Liberating Mosul from ISIS put Turkey before a difficult formula in Iraq
Turkey and Iran appear to be bent on upgrading political and security coordination over regional developments of common and special int
Turkey and Iran from Rivalry to Collaboration
An unprecedented level of military talks between Iran and Turkey have been marked by the visit of Mohammad Hossein Bagheri, to Turkey.
Kurdistan's economy is likely to receive a blow, the severity of which hinges on escalatory measures taken by neighboring states.