hree months ago when the Assad regime surrounded the Turkish observation post in Idlib’s Morek, I argued that Turkey needed a new approach to Idlib in order to prevent a bigger disaster.
Accordingly the international community - at the beginning - hoped that exportation of Israeli gas to Europe (possibly via a sub-sea pipeline to Turkey) could advance cooperation among regional states, make a political solution easy for already existing disputes like the Cyprus Question, and strengthen interdependence between Europe and the region.
For instance, an absence of a non-colonial Islamic history blights the schooling of not just British and American systems but virtually every country in the world (including Muslim-majority nations except for Iran) for various reasons ranging from a cultural-political opposition with historical roots (such as in some Balkan nations) to periods of colonial rule that created collective amnesia (in places such as Egypt) to extreme secularization agendas of past governments (such as in Turkey).
It is time for a universal healthcare system coupled with efficient service delivery in the health sector as in the case of Germany, Taiwan, and Turkey who have mitigated the casualties of the virus.
In recent years, the UAE has accelerated its lobbying in order to limit the influences of Turkey, Qatar, and Iran in the Middle East, and to receive support from the international community for its political and military engagements in Yemen and Libya.
But despite this, the field dynamics and Turkey’s role as an active power in the region prevented the regime forces’ seizing full control of Idlib.
ilateral relations between Turkey and Germany witnessed relative calm in 2019 compared to previous years.
Turkey will possibly be influenced positively by the crisis between Iran and the US.
The Council of Europe co-rapporteurs on local and regional democracy in Turkey; Jacob Wienen, Yoomi Renström and Stephanie Poirel, visited the mothers at the end of the first month of the protests.
Currently, there are thousands of Daesh foreign fighters detained in prisons, which are now under the control of Turkey, Iraq and non-state actors in Syria.