The persistent tensions between the two countries appear to be propagating more obstacles for Germans traveling to Turkey.
Incitement Motives against Syrian Asylum in the Middle East
The dilemma of Syrian refugees has become so difficult that there are no practical solutions expected in the foreseeable future.
Despite the ongoing conflicts in the two countries, Kurds are willing to speed up steps that can be built on in the future.
What does the Quick Finalization of the Battle of Tal Afar Mean?
Unlike the expectations, Iraqi forces finalized the battle of liberating Tal Afar quickly and with limited losses.
Turkey seeks to prevent the Kurds from establishing “a new Kobani”, according to statements delivered by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Turkey’s Options to Hinder Kurdish Independence
Turkey did not anticipate that its former ally, Massoud Barzani, would go to such great lengths in holding the Kurdish independence referendum.
The Kurdish referendum has rendered great political services to Iraqi Prime-Minister Haidar alAbadi who emerged as the main beneficiary
The Prospects of Inter-Kurdish Fighting in Iraq
The failure of the Iraqi Kurdish secession movement can be explained through lingering historical divisions among Iraqi Kurds.
The Iraqi government prioritizes rehabilitation of the oil sector in northern provinces, especially after it regained control of Kirkuk
There is lack of Implicit harmony between the Turkish president and the Central Bank over monetary policies .
Why does Turkey Resort to Hard Power in Tacking Regional Crises?
It can be argued that the current Turkish foreign policy is based on the ideas of Prof. Ahmet Davuoglu, as illustrated in his book.
Explaining Erdogan’s Ottoman Fanaticism
The dream of reviving the Ottoman Empire dominates the policies and orientations of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
How does Turkey manage its relations with Sudan and Qatar?
Seemingly, Sudan may turn into a convergence point for a new alliance or regional axis comprising Turkey and Qatar.
Why is Turkey’s Boosting its Economic Presence in the Red Sea?
Through developing ever-closer ties with several African countries, Turkey seeks to achieve strategic and economic goals.