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CFR Survey targets Eurasia
01/20/2021
Expert: Yunus Soner

CFR Survey targets Eurasia

The highly influential US Think Tank Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has published its Preventive Priorities Survey 2021.
The US Navy is not ready for a conventional war
01/19/2021
Expert: Cem Gürdeniz

The US Navy is not ready for a conventional war

The United States entered World War I in part due to the pressure and demands of Great Britain
Democratic “Czars”: Who will shape the US foreign policy in the Biden era?
01/18/2021

Democratic “Czars”: Who will shape the US foreign policy in the Biden era?

A new team will come to the White House, mostly composed of officials from Barack Obama's administration.
The US continues to play the Taiwan Card
01/18/2021

The US continues to play the Taiwan Card

US Secretary of State Pompeo recently announced that the United States had lifted all restrictions on its relations with Taiwan.
Eurasian Conversion and Atlantic divide: Echoes of EU-China Investment Deal
01/17/2021

Eurasian Conversion and Atlantic divide: Echoes of EU-China Investment Deal

The Comprehensive Investment Agreement (CAI) between the European Union and the People’s Republic of China that was announced at the end of 2020 keeps on fuelling international discussions.
The Digital Civil War: the elites behind Facebook, Whatsapp and other social media giants
01/16/2021

The Digital Civil War: the elites behind Facebook, Whatsapp and other social media giants

The Online dictatorship is going to extremes, with social networks assuming the role and function of the government
The Trump Legacy: 4 Years That Changed the World
01/15/2021

The Trump Legacy: 4 Years That Changed the World

What are the fundamental changes that the world and the US owe to Trump?
Interview with Latif Bolat: “First Movement outside the two-party-system”
01/14/2021

Interview with Latif Bolat: “First Movement outside the two-party-system”

Latif Bolat has evaluated the class bases of the US protesters, the situation in the cities and the countryside and the contradictions between different states within the US.
Gulf reconciliation is nothing more than a temporary truce
01/14/2021
Expert: Islam Farag

Gulf reconciliation is nothing more than a temporary truce

It seems that the reconciliation that was announced at the Gulf summit in Al-Ula, Saudi Arabia, between the Arab Quartet countries (Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Bahrain) and Qatar is nothing but a repeated chapter of relations between the two parties
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