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The Montreux Convention and the Russia-Ukraine War

The existing convention on the Turkish Straits, known as the “Montreux Convention Regarding the Regime of the Straits” or simply the “Montreux Convention,” was signed on July 20, 1936, between nine states including Turkey, at the meeting held at Montreux, Switzerland under the pre-World War II conditions.

Erdoğan Is Undefeatable. But Why?

Despite the global COVID pandemic, a war next to its borders, an earthquake disaster devastating 11 provinces and affecting a region the size of the Netherlands, and an economic crisis, Erdoğan, this time, narrowly missed being elected in the first round, but finished the race ahead.