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The US returns to Libya

The US returns to Libya

What are the possible consequences for Libya and Turkey?
Turkish-Russian rapprochement 100 years after Ataturk’s first letter to Lenin

Turkish-Russian rapprochement 100 years after Ataturk’s first letter to Lenin

There are certain documents in Turkish history that deeply affected the fate of our state, pushing political figures to chart a new course, and opening up new opportunities
Why has Eurasia handled the coronavirus pandemic better than the West?

Why has Eurasia handled the coronavirus pandemic better than the West?

How have Eurasian countries responded to Covid-19, and how successful are the strategies of local leaders?
Last week in Turkey: Turkish-Russian cooperation targeted in Syria

Last week in Turkey: Turkish-Russian cooperation targeted in Syria

Although the Coronavirus has become the main subject of interest in Turkey and the rest of the world, the geopolitical struggle in Syria also continues.
Highlights of the Erdogan-Putin meeting

Highlights of the Erdogan-Putin meeting

It has once again been made clear that Idlib is much more than a conflict zone between Turkey and Syria, despite President Erdogan's historical meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Moscow
Last week in Turkey: reconciliation between Ankara and Moscow

Last week in Turkey: reconciliation between Ankara and Moscow

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin held an historic meeting regarding Syria in Moscow on March 5
Erdogan and Putin’s talks on Idlib: a brief analysis

Erdogan and Putin’s talks on Idlib: a brief analysis

On March 5 in Moscow, Presidents Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin held talks. The situation in Idlib was obviously the main point on the agenda
Last Updates on the Idlib: Are Turkey and Russia on the brink of war?

Last Updates on the Idlib: Are Turkey and Russia on the brink of war?

33 Turkish soldiers have been killed as a result of an airstrike in the Syrian province of Idlib
The Idlib trap and its implications for the Mediterranean

The Idlib trap and its implications for the Mediterranean

Turkey needs to follow policies focused on its geopolitical interests in Syria, it needs to follow the Republican state tradition and the Ataturk’s vision
Solving the crisis in Idlib

Solving the crisis in Idlib

Tensions between Turkey, Russia and Syria have risen after the killing of Russian officers in Syria and later Turkish soldiers and a civilian in Idlib
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