fter the agreements taken between Iran, Turkey and Russia during the Astana talks, the Turkish administration emphasized that it was to observe the ceasefire between the Assad-loyal militias and the Syrian rebel factions.
hile prior to the referendum countries such as US and Turkey made it clear that the independence referendum initiated by the Barzani family-run Kurdistan Regional Government was illegitimate, calls from the international community continue post-referendum.
hile once a close ally with the Kurdistan Regional Government, the Turkish administration had urged the Kurdish administration to postpone the referendum and sit at a negotiating table with the Baghdad government.
isregarded by many developed countries and neglected by the Muslim world, the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar found a voice through Turkey, once again highlighting the country’s prominence in humanitarian aid.
s the referendum day is coming closer, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) shows no sign of stepping back despite disputes within the region and a number of calls from the central government of Iraq as well as the major regional and global actors.
espite criticisms from local groups and regional governments, on September 25, residents in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq will vote in a referendum on whether they want to completely separate from the Republic of Iraq.
ven if Fetullah Gülen did not examine and take after Hassan-i Sabbah and his Hashashin – which is very possible – it's definite that he uses the same strategy and methods in his campaign for power veiled by religion.
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.