Monthly Archive: September 2020

Turkey’s road to diplomacy of loneliness

The global image of Turkish foreign policy doesn’t look good, with the country facing loneliness in diplomacy. Our embassies in Syria, Israel, Libya and Egypt remain closed and our ambassadors in Lebanon, UAE and...

A great blessing for Erdoğan: Macron

Let me fix the headline first since I should have said “politicians like Emannuel Macron.” However, it is the French leader who challenges Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan today, so this article focuses on him.Though...

Three journalists released in OdaTv case

An Istanbul court released late on Sept. 9 three journalists who faced charges for reporting on the funeral of a Turkish intelligence member.OdaTv editör-in-chief Barış Pehlivan, reporter Hülya Kılınç and Yenicağ columnist Murat Ağırel...

The real threat of plastic addiction

With the increasing population, human beings started to make their presence felt significantly in the world since the 1950s. The population increased by about 5 billion in the last 50 years. This was an...

Distrust and hypocrisy in Greek-Turkish relations

Talking about crises in Greek-Turkish relations is commonplace for those working in international relations. Seeing the historical enmity behind the current disagreements and holding the other side responsible for the less than ideal state...