he Eastern Mediterranean is a relatively narrow strip in the Mediterranean Sea surrounded by the coasts of ten different states, making coastal relations between these countries a technically complex issue.
ecently, Turkey has made significant progress in the energy field.
aying that Turkish-Egyptian relations have had a turbulent period since the ousting of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi would be an understatement.
n April 27-29, the foreign ministers of Turkey, Greece and Britain joined Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders in Geneva to discuss the future of the so-called Cyprus Problem.
n recent weeks, Tripoli has seen a steady stream of visits by European officials after the Government of National Unity (GNU) won the confidence of the Libyan parliament to lead the country to elections in late December of this year.
he Iran-Israel conflict has its own identity that goes beyond the geopolitical considerations of the Middle East.
domestic politics given the pressing challenges surrounding COVID-19 and the economic fallout from this unprecedented public health crisis.
o understand how deep political differences between Turkey and Egypt are at the moment, one need not look further than the different reactions to the “four-finger salute” or Rabia sign in both countries.
gypt and Turkey broke their diplomatic relations in 2013, after a military coup ousted the late Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
Before and during the Second World War, when it was almost impossible to flee a country, Europe still witnessed massive movements of people thanks to countless, and often nameless, ordinary citizens who assumed incalculable responsibilities to save thousands of lives.
It is a curious question whether there could ever be a path toward a long-term dialogue between the two nations and a sustainable solution to their differences.
n the wake of the Arab Awakening in 2011, ties between Turkey and the Gulf duo, namely Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), began to deteriorate.
o doubt, Turkey's relationship with the European Union has not been a rose garden.
he dream of natural gas bonanza in the Eastern Mediterranean naturally boosted littoral states’ expectations of economic benefit from ownership, exploration, exploitation, and transportation of natural gas reserves discovered in the region.
On December 26, 2019, Turkey's official gazette (Resmi Gazete) published the Memorandum of Understanding ratified by the Turkish President on Security and Military Cooperation between the Government of the Republic of Turkey and the Libya’s UN Recognized Government of National Accord.
The Greek Administration of Southern Cyprus stated that they will petition against the decision at The International Court of Justice in The Hague in order to safeguard their offshore drilling rights.
he NATO Summit in London has ended, but its outcomes are still a main topic of discussion for member countries.