he June 24 parliamentary and presidential elections resulted in a great victory for President Erdogan and the leading AK Party.
espite the fact that it has been put on the back burner after the failure of the Arab Spring, the debate on alternative models of political order within the Islamic world still keeps its vivacity.
urkey is going to the polls this weekend to decide the presidential and parliamentary elections on the same day - a first in the country’s history.
urkey’s counter-terrorism strategy has undergone a massive transformation, particularly in the fight against the PKK, while the extra-territorial military operations have expanded towards Syria and Iraq where the PKK has been consolidating its political and military influence since the dissolution of the Syrian and Iraqi sovereignties.
ince the onset of the global economic crisis political, economic and technological competition among the global and emerging powers acquired increased pace and tenacity.
25 years ago, on May 29, 1993, a racist arson attack in the western German city of Solingen killed five Turkish women and girls.
The Iraqi parliamentary elections took place on May 12, 2018 in the shadow of the concerns shaped by the profound crises the country confronted as of 2003.
he Syrian Civil War and its consequences have posed the most difficult strategic challenges to the U.
he roadmap on Syria’s Manbij is expected to be announced after a final negotiation between Turkey and the U.
s Turkey is heading for elections on June 24, the presidential candidates of all major parties and their election manifestos have been announced.
resident Trump delivered a major campaign promise by pulling out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and left everyone wondering what the new Iran policy would be.
resident Trump announced the withdrawal of the U.
wo successful football players of the German national team, who are both of Turkish descent and were born in Germany, posed for photos with Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in London.
he upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey will be held on June 24 - during the state of emergency.
Last week, the German Minister of State for Europe, Michael Roth, visited Turkey and met with members of the Turkish government, such as his counterpart Minister Omer Celik.