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US midterm elections and the Trump-populism problem

As of tomorrow, midterm elections, including congressional and gubernatorial, will be held in the U.S. Trump is now facing the danger of seeing his party becoming a minority party two years after his election, at a time when he hasn’t even got used t... more

Greeting migrants who throw rocks with bullets

This is a strange title, of course. First of all, how can one defend a group of people, whether migrants or not, who throw rocks? Surely this is indefensible. Perhaps they threw rocks to protect themselves because they had nothing else to use against... more

Khashoggi’s murderers’ fear of democracy

The murder of Jamal Khashoggi that was planned in advance and conducted in an organized manner ended with the opposite of the desired outcome because of “a small misfortune” which was not plotted by the perpetrators, and the case continues to deliver... more

One of the targets of the Khashoggi murder was Turkey

As more details of the incident are revealed, it is becoming clearer that the target of the Khashoggi murder was not only the journalist. Of course, Khashoggi had ideas and approaches that angered his murderers. He also had the capability to counsel ... more

Justice revives

The Khashoggi murder was committed in Turkey, but it shortly became a global matter. The interest and questions that started with Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi entering Saudi Arabia’s Consulate General in Istanbul never to be seen again has been t... more

Khashoggi dying in a 'fistfight'

Just as we were saying, the circle is getting tighter for Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murderers: 18 days after the incident, Saudi Arabian authorities confessed that Khashoggi was killed by accident during a fistfight at the consulate. The con... more

While the circle is tightening around Khashoggi’s murderers

The operation targeting Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, the identities of the suspects who participated in this operation and their activities are being exposed day by day. From what has been revealed to date, we can infer that more details will be unco... more

What are US citizens in Egyptian prisons paying the price for?

We have already explained that the fight U.S. President Donald Trump has put up for pastor Brunson, who was convicted of aiding and abetting terrorist organizations and served his time, is tear-inducing for U.S. citizens. U.S. citizens should be prou... more

Going beyond speculation in the Khashoggi case

It has now been eight days since Jamal Khashoggi disappeared within the boundaries of Consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul. During these eight days, many scenarios were contrived about what might have happened to Khashoggi. Some of these were verifi... more

What was Jamal Khashoggi’s blunder?

We have already said that what happened to Jamal Khashoggi is not an action taken against him but also one taken against Turkey. The truth that surfaced only in two days is that the entire free and honorable world took it personally.This calamitous a... more


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