Syrian refugees have become the number one challenge for neighboring countries and the EU because of the difficulties in coping with the increasing numbers of asylum seekers.
Unfortunately, the crisis in Syria has stimulated the identity-related fault lines in Turkey, increasing the risk of social contention, whereby the escalating civil war in Syria has posed the threat of identity-oriented polarization in Turkey.
With the start of the Syrian Revolution in March 2011, we have seen the worst of humanity; but, we have also witnessed some of humanity’s best.
ounded by the PKK terrorist organization in 2003, PYD developed into a critical actor in Syria after 2011.
Increasing Cooperation Between Ankara and Washington on the Syrian Issue: How About Revisiting the Safe Zone Idea?
Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken paid a visit to Ankara where the two sides discussed the ongoing efforts to defeat DAESH and to resolve the Syrian crisis through diplomacy.
he shooting down of a Russian bomber aircraft by the Turkish Air Force in November 24, 2015 near the Syrian border represents the nadir of Turkish-Russian relations since the turn of the 21st century.
Beginning with Ukraine, unlike other NATO members, Turkey did not cut its relations with Russia in order not to punish the Russian people and not to worsen the situation in Syria, where NATO has left Turkey alone against Russia.
The propagandist claim attempts to problematize Turkey’s presence in Libya and its safe zones in northern Syria, and has been reproduced domestically.
In 2015, as a result of the wars in Syria and Iraq, two million refugees fled to Europe, highlighting the correlation between rapid population movements and political and social upheaval.
But even this attack, which caused the death of three people and the injury of three others and was apparently motivated by racist and anti-Muslim motives, was exploited and dismissed on the premise of the conflict between Turkey and the YPG, the Syrian branch of the PKK and France’s ally.
The Israeli government will invest in the Golan Heights as strategic geography, which is a violation of international law as the territory is considered occupied under international law and is part of Syria.
” Following hostile looks from Muslims and Arabs, especially "Palestinians, Iranians, Qataris, Moroccans, Jordanians, Syrians, and Egyptians," Shechnik decided to identify himself as Ecuadorian.
military campaign in Syria.
Shanaz used cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, through stolen cards to support Daesh in Iraq and Syria, raising as much as $85,000.
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