Does this road go to the peace process?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

The coup attempt on July 15 targeted not only President Tayyip Erdoğan and the government, but all politicians and Turkish people

Comment(s) 8/13/2016

What happens to the Turkish army?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

It was November 2005. Three years had passed since the AKP had come to power. The acceleration of the European Union membership process was one of then-Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan’s foremost commitments

Comment(s) 8/6/2016

A revolution out of a coup?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

It is high time for Turkey to look ahead. It’s about time to identify the weaknesses and foibles within the system which paved the way for the recent coup attempt

Comment(s) 7/25/2016

An eternal state of emergency?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

The way the terrorist act in Nice was conducted on Thursday evening reveals how terrorism has transformed and shifted to a totally new phase recently

Comment(s) 7/16/2016

Will NATO side with Turkey?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

NATO’s ongoing summit in Warsaw is the most critical summit in its history. It will not only determine the future of the alliance which is in a life-or-death struggle but will also reveal if it sides with Turkey or abandons it amid the frequent bombings by ISIL, missile attacks and border violations

Comment(s) 7/9/2016

Turkey’s new axis

VERDA ÖZER writes:

The terrorist attack at Istanbul Atatürk Airport on June 28 is both a result and a reason for the change in Turkey’s foreign policy

Comment(s) 7/4/2016

Time for Turkey to take strategic maneuvers on Syria?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

At the beginning of the Syria war, the main trouble was Bashar al-Assad. It was not only Turkey, but also the U.S. arguing that he would and should be toppled

Comment(s) 6/11/2016

Turkey’s soft power in Africa

VERDA ÖZER writes:

Just two days before President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan arrived in Somalia on June 3, the al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist organization al-Shabaab attacked a hotel in Mogadishu, the capital of the country, killing at least 15 people

Comment(s) 6/7/2016

Is political Islam fading?

VERDA ÖZER writes:

First, Tunisia’s Islamist party Ennahda made the surprising move last week

Comment(s) 5/28/2016

Turks want foreign policy to change

VERDA ÖZER writes:

Turkey’s “factory settings” have apparently been restored. What I am talking about are the expectations of the Turkish people from Ankara’s foreign policy

Comment(s) 5/21/2016

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