China-US trade war
Brexit and the world: The risks and opportunities for non-European countries
Britain should officially leave the European Union on January 31 at 11 o’clock in the evening. However, the transition period will start earlier
US military plane crash in Afghanistan: A ‘downed’ craft with a lot of question marks
The crash of an American plane in the Afghan province of Ghazni has raised rumors, debates and doubts in Afghanistan over who actually controls the country’s airspace.
Trump’s “Deal of the Century”: a stillborn plan for legalized apartheid
US President Donald Trump finally unveiled his "deal of the century," a plan which he claims will help resolve the "eternal conflict"
Turkish maritime geopolitics and the role of Cyprus in XXI century
The marine component of geopolitics is becoming increasingly important for Turkey
Venezuela surrounded by enemies: the United States is still plotting
The US has stepped up activities for a future strike against the government of Nicolas Maduro through various channels
Petro-politics in Libya
The Libyan oil and gas sector are the main arteries of the country’s economy and one of its only sources of income
TOP-5 rising European political movements to keep your eye on
Recent political phenomenons across the European political scene are showcasing the appearance of new political subjects and actors
Coronavirus, the Altayli case, Iraqi march against US occupation, the new Soros network
Geopolitical outcomes of the week
Last Week in Turkey. The Altayli case: the CIA`s role in the failed coup attempt in Turkey
The relationship between Enver Altayli, a former staff member of Turkey’s MIT, FETO and CIA hit the headlines after new evidence was uncovered
Opening the Montreux Convention to debate is an act of strategic blindness
Some experts have been saying that the Istanbul Canal will open the Montreux Convention up to debate. Admiral Mustafa Ozbey offered his opinions
to learn more.