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The declaration of the Syria summit is a slap in the US’s face

The fruit of the the fifth summit of the Sochi talks held in Turkish capital Ankara is going to be discussed a great deal. It may go down in history as the first concrete step against American hegemony.The fourth, and especially the fifth article of ... more

What did the US want to achieve through the July 15 coup attempt?

September 11... September 12... July 15…After the July 15 coup attempt, Turkey started to cut down on its relations with the U.S. “in dribs and drabs.” Its murmurs can still be heard.Ankara’s decision along this line is heading towards its fourth yea... more

Is another world war looming?

Foreign policy and national security experts, along with a number of journalists, are increasingly observing that we are transitioning into a period where the conditions are similar to those before the devastating world wars took place.Those who say ... more

Erdoğan, Putin and retiring Turkish generals...

Are we able to fully understand the nature of Turkey, U.S. and Russia relations?Frequently no, and thus we are inclined to perceive incidents after dividing them into parts. This process makes them easier to digest, but then we miss the big picture.T... more

Does Turkey really want the F-35 fighter jets?

Pentagon spoke its mind to Turkey on June 7 regarding the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile defense system, and threatened Ankara using the F-35 Lockheed Martin fighter jets.They were all grave threats, only increasing the strain on U.S.- Turkey r... more

A user manual for the United States of America

Had the CIA been living its golden days once more, Nicholas Maduro would have long been overthrown. It is actually the U.S. that is no longer as it used to be. It is even unable to renew its “hegemonic” techniques that are now useless.What happened i... more

The day after tomorrow

The U.S.’s recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights at a time when the region has become extremely volatile will probably end with our observation on how the “Greater Middle East” will be sucked into a vortex of dangerous centrifugal po... more

The ‘council’ behind the idiotic New Zealand mosque gunman

We have predicted the near future as follows:“It seems that, after the local elections, say four weeks after, Turkey will have to manage an international vortex without being drawn into it”(Mar. 13)The beginning is New Zealand.The savage attack that ... more

Turkey's multidimensional 'perpetual' problems

Turkey faces both internal and external, multi-sided and multi-layered perpetual problems. This is the naked truth.The “perpetual discussions” over the upcoming local elections, is about whether the results will enable and support political actors wh... more


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