The KRG’s independence referendum: Whatever will be, will be

SELİN NASİ writes:

The pressure on Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is building as the date for the Sept. 25 referendum on independence nears; unsurprisingly, Turkey’s attitude is also hardening considerably.

Comment(s) 9/21/2017

Israel bares its teeth

SELİN NASİ writes:

News reports emerged last week that Israel had struck Syrian positions in Hama; it is already well-known that Israel has been periodically hitting alleged Hezbollah arms shipments to Lebanon since the start of the Syrian war.

Comment(s) 9/12/2017

Bitter war of words between Ankara and Berlin

SELİN NASİ writes:

The war of words between Ankara and Berlin is creating ever more risk, perhaps in unintended and unforeseen ways.

Comment(s) 9/9/2017

Can Mattis’s visit save a troubled partnership?

SELİN NASİ writes:

Turkey has been pursuing some intense diplomacy in recent days.

Comment(s) 8/25/2017

Why must the Charlottesville attacks not be taken lightly?

SELİN NASİ writes:

U.S. President Donald Trump is reaping what he sowed during the election campaign.

Comment(s) 8/17/2017

Will President Trump implement new sanctions against Russia?

SELİN NASİ writes:

U.S. President Donald Trump’s approval of new sanctions against Russia has triggered a debate as to whether the latest spiral of tensions might lead to a new Cold War between Washington and Moscow.

Comment(s) 8/10/2017

The Turkish-Israeli rift over the Haram al-Sharif

SELİN NASİ writes:

Israel’s decision to remove the metal detectors from the entrance to the Haram al-Sharif compound, known to Israelis as the Temple Mount, seems to have assuaged recent tensions.

Comment(s) 7/28/2017

Conspiracy theories are the opium of the masses

SELİN NASİ writes:

Not a day passes without at least one commentary about the nefarious plots foreign powers are hatching against Turkey.

Comment(s) 7/21/2017

What if Turkey buys the S-400 from Russia?

SELİN NASİ writes:

On the anniversary of the failed 2016 coup attempt in Turkey, news broke that Ankara had agreed to pay Moscow $2.5 billion to purchase S-400 surface-to-air missile systems

Comment(s) 7/17/2017

Turkey’s high stakes in post-ISIL Syria

SELİN NASİ writes:

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), which has been a continuing nightmare since 2014, is now finally on the road to perdition

Comment(s) 7/6/2017

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