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Post-referendum Iraq: already in crisis

” While the international community, with the exception of Israel, refuse to recognize the poll, Barzani’s statement asserted that “We also reassure the international community that we are immediately ready to engage in negotiations on independence with Baghdad.

Elderly Rohingya miserably fail to escape death

While harshly criticizing the use of “Islamic terror” in world media and political discourse, the President stated that “nearly 1 million Rohingya are being subjected to genocide and are fleeing to Bangladesh,” “we never said it was Buddhists who killed them.

What does Turkey want in Iraq?

While it is more than natural for the referendum to be discussed within Turkish media circles due to the territorial proximity with Iraq, the discussions conducted often go too far as policy recommendations that will strain Turkey are made.

The Rise and Fall of FETO in Turkish Politics

org/why-should-not-the-west-love-the-gulenists/ Since the struggle between the democratic bloc and the secularist status quo lay at the center of political struggle and FETO’s capability of manipulation through its vast sources of media outlets and control of the intelligence, FETO’s invasion of the state went unnoticed by both the AK Party and the larger public, or not taken seriously enough till the threat it posed to Turkish democracy reached a critical stage.

Germany’s “New Free Policy”

The newspaper also includes stories that read "the legal decision in Turkey will be appealed and the case will be carried to a higher court", along with literature and art news! The newspaper simultaneously threatens its targets and conducts traditional media business.

Coups of TIME

hile theoreticians, who analyze world politics through media continue to guess what will happen throughout the year by looking at the New Year's cover of The Economist, another magazine has been clearly conveying the developments to its readers without any encoded messages by events and people put on the cover.