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Last week in Turkey:  Implementation of new Covid-19 measures

Last week in Turkey: Implementation of new Covid-19 measures

As is the case in the rest of the world, Turkey continues its struggle against the Covid-19 pandemic
Pandemic, regional geopolitics and the Istanbul canal

Pandemic, regional geopolitics and the Istanbul canal

The Covid-19 pandemic has proven not only to be an earthquake cracking open political fault lines around the world, it has turned out to be nothing short of a revolution
Iranian Cinema: where truth meets imagination

Iranian Cinema: where truth meets imagination

Visiting the World Expo Paris in 1900, The Shah of Iran Muzaffar ad-Din was so impressed by a screening of a film he had watched in a pavilion, that he immediately bought a camera and thus took the first step towards the art in his country
The coronavirus: Two opposing worlds

The coronavirus: Two opposing worlds

The Coronavirus outbreak has become a matter of existence for states in the international arena and in terms of responsibilities of its citizens
Last week in Turkey: Will “Voluntary quarantine” be effective?

Last week in Turkey: Will “Voluntary quarantine” be effective?

As is the case in the rest of the world, Turkey also continues to live and discuss the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.
As rising terrorism grips Mozambique, Turkey might offer the best solution

As rising terrorism grips Mozambique, Turkey might offer the best solution

Two hundred militants seized the town of Mocímboa da Praia in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado Province earlier this week
Bashagha’s turn to the West and Turkish Interests in Libya

Bashagha’s turn to the West and Turkish Interests in Libya

The Tripoli Protection Force, which consists of a number of groups in the Libyan capital loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA) of Fayez Sarraj, recently published a video investigation into the activities of GNA Minister of the Interior Fathi Bashagha.
A century after the Occupation of Istanbul, we must ensure it is not occupied again

A century after the Occupation of Istanbul, we must ensure it is not occupied again

Almost exactly 100 years ago, in the middle of the night between March 15 and 16, 1920, British and French forces raided the Sehzadebasi Military Barracks in Istanbul
Tied up in Idlib: Turkey runs the risk of losing Northern Cyprus

Tied up in Idlib: Turkey runs the risk of losing Northern Cyprus

A calm before the storm in the Eastern Mediterranean?
Last week in Turkey: Turkey’s struggle against the coronavirus

Last week in Turkey: Turkey’s struggle against the coronavirus

Like the rest of the world, the main topic of the week in Turkey was the Coronavirus
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