ince its foundation, the AK Party has rightfully been designated as a ‘political party of public service’ as the AK Party’s leadership has always focused its political energy on Turkey’s public administration deficit.
hortly after the statement from U.
egional and international actors have anxiously and cautiously followed Turkey’s increasing activities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
urkey has recently gone through a highly competitive local election process and the campaigns, alliances and results tell us many things about the newly established presidential system and new electoral behaviors and political culture in the country.
he discovery of hydrocarbon reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean during the last couple of years has reshuffled regional balances and rendered the region one of the critical centers for the world’s leading oil and gas companies.
wo parties are simply arm-wrestling to prove their points in a historical evaluation process of their alliance in the rapidly changing age of the new international system.
hen Recep Tayyip Erdoğan became the Turkish Prime Minister in 2003, it was immediately clear that a new era had dawned in the country.
If the geographical scope of this Archipelagic country is taken into consideration, the fact that these elections were carried out in a single day is quite noteworthy.
n the past week, German political circles have been discussing whether a potential dispute will erupt between Angela Merkel and her party’s (CDU) chairperson, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (AKK).
he constitutional referendum that allowed Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to extend his mandate until 2030 took place in Egypt.
his Sunday Ukrainians overwhelmingly voted for their new president Volodymyr Zelensky - a popular actor and comedian who has no political experience - ushering in a new era of politics in the struggling country.
he current frequency of interaction between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu often raises questions.