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Many European governments became involved in the armed conflicts in Syria and Iraq, while a number of their citizens became foreign fighters by joining the Syrian civil war as members of armed groups in conflict zones.
o doubt, Turkey's relationship with the European Union has not been a rose garden.
n recent weeks some controversial issues arose among two powerful European partners, France and Germany.
peration Peace Spring launched by Turkey last month with the aim of securing its border with Syria against the threat posed by terrorist organizations such as the YPG and Daesh aroused very strong reactions in the international community, and especially within the European Union.
The governments and their intelligence agencies, especially European states, wanted their problems to be exported to Syria.
Among these, the European Union is the most important.
Der Leyen was the first female defense minister in Germany and will also be the first woman to hold the position of European Commission President.
So, it cannot be reduced to a victory of the free media, as falsely preached nowadays by most of the leftist-liberal media in Europe.
Despite several confusing trends, it is weird that Turkey’s main center-left political party, namely the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), regularly address Syrian refugees in a discriminatory tone – similar to that of European far-right circles.
he refugee crisis that reached its peak in 2015 was recorded as a serious test for both Europe and the rest of the world.
ately, the European Parliament went back to the Medieval Age! In the vote to suspend Turkey’s EU membership negotiations, members of the European Parliament, who secure the far-right and far-left seats in the upcoming parliamentary elections in May 2019 demanded a peculiar amendment regarding Hagia Sophia.
he Egyptian resort city of Sharm Al-Sheikh hosted the League of Arab States-European Union (LAS-EU) Summit, which gathered the presidents, prime ministers, kings, and high-ranking officials from 49 European and Arab states on 24-25 February, 2019.
In a manner that totally subverts the Freudian slip, a European (sort of a) leader spilled the beans.
Before you admire and appreciate the exquisite aesthetics of the many artefacts and objects of African origin in these grandeur European museums, ask yourself why are they here in the first place? And where do they belong to? On November 27 this year, the Senegalese economist Felwine Sarr and French art historian Benedicte Savoy of College de France, published their highly anticipated report on African arts and artefacts housed in European museums in a book titled ‘‘Restoring Africa’s Heritage.