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Turkey-Russia-Iran plus the 'new' US...

The Syria summit the three countries had in Moscow will probably turn into a Middle East-Eurasia Summit and decla-ration in the future...The U.S.'s attitude to this meeting can be likened to a child who would be saying “it didn't even hurt” after bei... more

Glass swords

We need to explain to those who truly want to understand that famous "big map" that Syria's Aleppo and Iraq's Mosul are the "mirrors" of the deal between all the actors in the region – particularly Russia and the U.S. When you face the Mosul and Alep... more

General Akar, General Gerasimov, General Dunford...

The backstage of the two-day NATO Defense Secretaries meetings in Brussels is witnessing moments of frustration between Washington and Ankara… The square enclosing Syria-Aleppo from the Black Sea and Iraq-Mosul from the “Central” Mediterranean does n... more

Satans and the Sarmatians

If you allow me I would like to confuse you. Not much, only a little. The core of the telephone call between U.S. President Barack Obama and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Oct. 26 was Mosul – and of course Syria, Raqqa, the Kurdistan Worke... more

This side of the table: Russia-Turkey-Israel

And there are two empty seats…They will be filled. Don't be surprised, Saudi Arabia and Egypt! For the last 25 years we have been presented with tens of maps of Turkey divided, the overwhelming majority of them by the West. Now these maps are being c... more

Russia to Cuba, Turkey to Mosul

This catchy title is not a war description. It is a special language used by the U.S., Russia, Turkey and countries connected to the region. In other words, we are talking among ourselves. “French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau: So, what are we go... more

Doomsday matters: Tehran-Riyadh alliance!

To say it as politely as possible, not too many people doubt any longer that the U.S. had some sort of involvement in the July 15 treachery.The same belief also applies to Turkey and Russia in there being an “agreement” and in fact a road map at the ... more

Sevres is July 15, Lausanne is now Mosul...

September 2012...Russia is hosting the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit (APEC) in Vladisvostok. The APEC has 21 member countries, some of them being the U.S., Japan, South Korea, China and Indonesia. Moscow considers hosting this summit as ... more

The Moody’s case: While Erdoğan hits the old world's back

Moody's' pushing Turkey into the "stationary" basket immediately after President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's U.S. visit is, of course, in harmony with the July 15 treason. To think anything else would be foolishness for this geography. All elements of the... more

Erdoğan: Duelist of the ambush region...

I don't know whether you realized President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's comfortableness during his visit to the U.S., the meetings and his speeches. Reason being he is now in a position with the upper hand on the Syrian issue. There are many relieving que... more

The $1 at the White House

You do remember the “Eid in Syria cease-fire” agreement dated Sept. 9, which the Americans celebrated by offering pizza and the Russians vodka, don't you? With that decision taken in Geneva… When you see the connection between the U.S.'s bombing regi... more

'We will wipe you off the map!'

In our south we have Syria, where two super powers can take joint action if Ankara puts them up to it, but…There is another giant military mobilization happening before our eyes...A fault line attack that can cause an earthquake with a magnitude of 5... more


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