Furthermore, Cairo’s move complicated Ankara’s calculations and position in Libya, as the move threatened the stability in Tripolitania where Turkey’s interests are currently concentrated.
Read: Education in the Shadow of Civil War: Observations from the Ground in SyriaSince the beginning of the Syrian Civil War in 2011, Turkey has hosted a large influx of refugees, a development for which the country was not well prepared.
During Donald Trump’s presidency, Turkey-United States relations were quite problematic, to say the least.
urkey has placed a three-month ban on Russian planes flying to Syria.
urkey’s Ministry of National Defence announced the launch of a new cross-border military operation called “Operation Claw-Lock” against the PKK in northern Iraq on April 18.
n March 28-30, Turkey provided good offices to Russian and Ukrainian delegates in Istanbul.
uring the post-Cold War period, Turkey-Russia relations shuttled between geopolitical competition and economic cooperation.
Read: The Montreux Convention and the Russia-Ukraine War Turkey and the War in Ukraine Another important aspect of the Ukraine war is the exceptional position of Turkey, which has NATO’s second-largest military and whose role in regional issues significantly increased in recent years.
fforts towards normalization in bilateral ties between Turkey and Israel have been underway for some time.
How might the election results affect relations with Turkey? It seems that two political/ideological factions stand out in the French presidential elections.
n Friday February 18, 2022, Turkey celebrated the 70th anniversary of its NATO membership, stating that it wants friends to perfectly exhibit the unity and spirit of solidarity that form the backbone of NATO.
On many occasions and during Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan’s visit to Turkey last month, President Erdoğan has indicated Turkey’s willingness to repair ties with Egypt and the Gulf states.
ayib Bukele, the president of El Salvador of Arab/Palestinian origin, made his first visit to Turkey in January 2022, where he signed a series of agreements covering economy, defense industry, and technology among others with his counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
However, it is clear that these events will have local and regional implications, some of which are closely related to Turkey.
espite its limited capacity, Greece assumes itself to be a major playmaker in regional politics, and thus follows an aggressive foreign policy towards Turkey.
According to a survey conducted in autumn 2021 by the German Chamber of Commerce Abroad (AHK), the majority of German companies in Turkey consider the country a favorable investment location.
Combating Climate Change in Turkey According to the IPCC, which was established to inform governments about climate change, the Mediterranean belt is among the top regions that will suffer from global warming and climate change.