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Yunus Soner

Political Scientist, former Deputy Chairman of Vatan Party (Turkey) Soner has participated in diplomatic visits to China, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Russia, Venezuela, Cuba and Mexico, among others. He has conducted meetings with President Bashar Al Assad (Syria), President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran), President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (Mexico), Manuel Zelaya (Honduras) and Foreign Ministers, Ministers of Finances and Representatives of Parliament from various countries. He has worked on Turkish-Russian, Turkish-Syrian, Turkish-Chinese and Turkish-Egyptian relations as well as on Latin America. Soner has had media participation in various international media channels, among them Russia Today and Sputnik (Russia), CGTN (China), Press TV (Iran), Syrian TV, El Mayaddin (Lebanon) and Telesur (Venezuela) and Turkish media. He has been a columnist to Turkish daily newspaper Aydınlık

 

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Mexican President questions free trade agreement with US in favor of national sovereignty

Mexican President questions free trade agreement with US in favor of national sovereignty

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“Where we lack sovereignty, we lack jobs”

“Where we lack sovereignty, we lack jobs”

On the economic situation and popular protests in Argentina.
Iraq is advancing sovereignty over Kurdish region

Iraq is advancing sovereignty over Kurdish region

Bagdad increasingly claims ownership over oil resources and forces US companies to cancel contracts with the Kurdish Regional Government.
Chinese FM spokesperson: “NATO has the blood of various countries’ peoples on its hands”

Chinese FM spokesperson: “NATO has the blood of various countries’ peoples on its hands”

China reacts with harsh words on NATO's new Strategic Concept.
NATO prepares for global military confrontation with Russia and China

NATO prepares for global military confrontation with Russia and China

Main results of the recent NATO summit in Madrid
Colombia’s first left wing government faces huge tasks

Colombia’s first left wing government faces huge tasks

US media says Washington has lost its best ally on the continent.
A crisis for wage earners and low-income sectors

A crisis for wage earners and low-income sectors

Not a classical economic crisis in Türkiye, says Erçin, but the pressure on the working may soon lead to one.
On Nicaragua’s decision to open territorial waters to the Russian navy

On Nicaragua’s decision to open territorial waters to the Russian navy

On natural disasters and threats around Nicaragua.
The summit of decline

The summit of decline

On the Summit of the Americas...
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