China-US trade war
Americans’ Afghanistan haul: Bringing forward the Pentagon corruption file
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly pointed out the need for American troops to leave Afghanistan as soon as possible
Italian intervention in Libya: what are Rome’s key interests, positions, and strategies?
Rome is caught between the forces of hegemony and counter hegemonic powers in Libya, as the Libyan war spills out and draws dividing lines between nations around the world.
Al-Watiya airstrikes: is the UAE adding oil to the Libyan fire?
A new wave of escalation has flared up in Libya due to the latest airstrikes on the Al-Watiya airbase
Scylla vs. Charybdis: the “Stop Hate for Profit” campaign against Facebook
Why the biggest companies are coming out against Facebook, and why Zuckerberg still feels safe
Expert: Ismail Hakkı Pekin
A military evaluation of Turkey’s ‘Claw’ Operations
Former Head of Turkey’s General Staff Intelligence Agency and retired Lt. General İsmail Hakkı Pekin evaluates Turkey’s ‘Claw’ operations.
Last week in Turkey: bar associations, Istanbul convention, Hagia Sophia
The political agenda in Turkey has heated up along with the weather...
Turkey-Russia-Iran negotiations, elections in Poland and Australia
geopolitical events of week
‘We are not a banana republic’: Turkey will take action against Twitter and other social networks
Attacks against Erdogan on various social media outlets have once again raised questions about the totalitarian nature of Twitter, Youtube and Facebook
International Youth Statement for the New World after COVID-19
A multipolar world in which hegemony is condemned. A civilization based on the values of public good, solidarity and mutual aid
A glance at Egypt: Could the UN Security Council save Egypt from draught?
Egypt’s national security is confronted with direct threats, Egypt should prove that it has another face to show in order to defend its people
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