Western “Democrats” Try to Chain Turkey Up

Recent events around the world increasingly confirm the belief that the so-called “American-style democracy” is a bubble, using which Washington,…

Washington Throws Kiev under the Turkish Bus


Although Turkey continues to be economically, politically and militarily dependent on the US and NATO, it is also moving further and further away from being an unquestioning supporter of Washington. And there are many reasons for this, which showed Erdoğan the collapse of the once monolithic “Pax Americana” system. Wherever Turkey sees a prospect for…

The Threat of an Armed Conflict between Greece and Turkey is Growing


On September 5, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias stated in letters to European diplomacy chief Josep Borrel and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, referring to “the recent series of inflammatory statements” by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, that a serious conflict with Turkey was looming. He relied…

Will the Balkans become Part of the “Great Turan”?


The Balkan Peninsula and the South Caucasus are priority regions for Turkey, based on the neo-Ottomanism ideology. In the face of the failure of the policy and prestige of the United States and the European Union against the backdrop of the intensifying economic and energy crisis in the West, Erdoğan is in a hurry to create a broad…

What Kind of Future Awaits the Organization of Turkic States?


According to the decision of the eighth Turkic Council summit in Istanbul, the first congress of the Organization of Turkic States (OTS), which will be formed on the basis of the Cooperation Council of Turkic-Speaking States, will be held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, in November this year. The congress is expected to outline the future contours of socio…

Growing Cooperation between Turkey and Russia is a Concern for the West


Russian President Vladimir Putin’s meeting with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Sochi on August 5 remains in the center of international attention and the media, given the very broad agenda of the talks — bilateral issues, regional problems and global challenges. The two presidents discussed the key importance…

US is Willing to Sell Weapons to Turkey Only with Strings Attached


Turkish National Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, while answering questions from Anadolu agency journalists, announced negotiations with the United States on the purchase of F-16s to be held on August 15. As the readers may recall, earlier Ankara requested from Washington 40 F-16 fighters of the Block-70 version…

Relations between Turkey and Greece Keep Deteriorating


The territorial dispute that has been going on for decades between the two NATO member countries Turkey and Greece is not only not abating, but, unfortunately, is steadily gaining momentum. Countries regularly put forward claims against each other, including disputes over maritime borders and airspace in the Eastern Mediterranean. In recent months, tensions between…

US is Trying to Drive Erdogan into a Corner – but Without Success


Joe Biden’s administration is currently losing on all its foreign policy fronts, but he is still hoping for success, if nowhere else, in his confrontation with the Turkish leader Recep Erdoğan, so that he can demonstrate to the world and the US public, that there is still some “gunpowder left in the barrel.” This consideration took…

Russia Formed a Peacekeeping Axis in Tehran


As predicted on the eve of Joe Biden’s Middle East visit and Putin’s trip to Tehran, the Russian president clearly demonstrated the significant difference between Russian and US foreign policy.  First of all, it lies in Moscow’s aspiration to create humanitarian conditions for peacebuilding that meet global requirements, while the White House has…

New U-turn in Saudi-Turkish Relations


Ahead of US President Joe Biden’s important visit to the Middle East, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has also paid visits to a number of Arab countries and Turkey in a bid to strengthen his position. It was the latter visit that was the most important and significant in the history of the two countries. At least the Saudi media…

US Prepares to Oust Erdoğan


After Recep Tayyip Erdoğan officially announced his intention to run in the upcoming 2023 presidential elections in Turkey, the current White House administration gave a clear signal to its Western “allies” to intensify the campaign against the current Turkish leader and prepare measures to oust him.  Although there is no talk of a coup d’état in Turkey yet, the ouster of Erdoğan as a result of the elections has become…

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