China-US trade war
The end of Seville: the Turkish tradition of tearing up maps
Navtex wars are taking place in the Eastern Mediterranean
Monthly Review June 2020
Geopolitical events of June
Alliance of contradictions: Turkey has no place in NATO
The divisions that weaken North Atlantic Alliances show that NATO is no longer consistent with national interests of its member countries
Egyptian sea power and relations with Turkey
Egypt deserves special attention among non-NATO naval forces, with its adjacent geography to the Libyan coast and a highly ambitious naval modernization program
Franco-Turkish conflict as a symptom of NATO’s death
Why French President Emmanuelle Macron accuses Turkey of Libyan problems and NATO of "brain death"
Serbia: This schizophrenia has to stop
The Serbian military humiliated NATO in 1999. The plan of the Western politicians and NATO officials was to finish their job in Serbia within a week
The beginning of the end of the EU’s relationship with NATO
New pan-European defense initiatives: The European Security and Defense Union groups together several areas and organizations with a common goal.
Top 5 takeaways from Munich Security Conference: Spengler, China, Europe, the US and Realpolitik
The agenda and high level list of participants demonstrates that the problems of the Euro-Atlantic West are still in the spotlight there
The US has already lost Turkey
Last week, the RAND Company, which has a budget of $350 million and is supported by the US government and the CIA, released a report on Turkey
Difficult ally or Eurasian enemy? Turkey in the eyes of American think tanks
Turkish-American relations are currently not in the best condition - their policies and positions on many international issues are very different
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