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The global energy crisis and Turkey’s slice of the pie
I doubt there is another subject so picked apart in the world than the production of energy, along with its storage and transmission. Access to energy, the main input of production, and its costs are topping the agendas of nations across the globe. S
- İbrahim KaragülColumn,
Will war break out in Ukraine, or will the West stoke a Turkey-Russia conflict? What sort of game is being played in the Black Sea?
We faced wars in the south, east and west. Now, a new war is brewing in the north, right in our backyard. The intense battle between Russia and the U.S. and Europe, between the East and West, is yet again driving another country to war, and perhaps e
- Bülent OrakoğluColumn,
What's behind US intel allegations about possible Russian invasion of Ukraine?
The footage that emerged showing ballistic missiles and snipers dispatched by Russia to the Ukrainian border shocked the world. It is alleged that Russia is preparing for a major conflict that could trigger World War III. Western media claimed that M
- Abdullah MuradoğluColumn,
The ripple effects of the Ukrainian crisis will be felt in Taiwan
The 60-vote rule had to be changed in order for the bill on voting rights to be approved by the U.S. Senate. In order to circumvent Republican opposition to the bill, Democrats attempted to introduce simple majority rule. Yet for them to be abe to ch
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