The populist coup in Tunisia

Tunisia's young and fragile democracy was shaken by this populist coup. What happens next boils down to defending oneself and democracy through peaceful means

The populist coup in Tunisia
Tunisia The fall of Arab world's last bastion

Tunisia: The fall of Arab world's last bastion

Tunisian President Kais Saied's dismissal of the country's prime minister was interpreted as a coup. The only way this process will not progress is if Saied gives constitutional power to the parliament


By making this new proposal, Macron's goal is to prevent Russian pressure on Europe and keep Turkey in the EU's corner without granting the Turks full membership

Turkey and the United States started implementing the Manbij road map, a framework created by Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on June 4. On June 12-13, senior military officials from both countries held talks in Stuttgart, Germany, and worked out the details, including the establishment of monitoring posts and patrol routes in Manbij.

Erdoğan's campaign promises Turkish people a new start for a brighter future and a strong democracy with the new governing system in the country

Regardless of what coalition forms in Iraq, the new government will face the problem of ensuring political stability, government control over non-government groups and encouraging normalization among different ethnic and sectarian elements

Austria’s Shift to Authoritarian Islam Politics

How can we contextualize the initiative for banning the hijab? What is this ban’s main function? Is this law just another step of introducing discriminatory laws that treat Muslims differently than other religious groups? What can the Islamic Religious Community do about these plans?

Austria s Shift to Authoritarian Islam Politics
Lafarge s Cooperation with Terrorist Organizations in Syria A State

Lafarge’s Cooperation with Terrorist Organizations in Syria: A State Scandal?

Why did the Lafarge Group strike agreements with DAESH, the YPG, Al-Nusra and other terrorist groups in Syria? Was the French state involved in such agreements? If so, to what extent? How do these incidents impact the Lafarge Group and the French state?


U.S. President Donald Trump's response to the recent chemical attack in Syria would keep the U.S. presence in the region while also deepening the crisis

The chaotic divergence in the U.S. administration aside, Washington has no complete policy for Syria

Gulf states face the first real and vital challenge after the outbreak of the Arab Spring but it seems they do not have the capability to handle it

The Syrian crisis was ignited by the popular protests against Bashar Assad's despotic regime in March 2011.

The killing of 17-year-old Fatma by YPG terrorists proves how right Turkey was to start the Afrin operation

At this point, public opinion in the country is that the Sissi regime must change. It is also raising pressure on Cairo that Western actors, especially the U.S., have signaled that Sissi is dragging the country into greater chaos.

The U.S. to continue the militarization of the YPG without using terms such as army or border force..

Trump's Jerusalem move rekindled a century-old problem in the Middle East and created an environment that will fuel anti-Americanism in the region and Islamophobia in the U.S.

Trump's visit to five countries in Asia is a good opportunity for the U.S. to restore diplomatic ties with regional countries

Turkey's cooperation with Iran in Iraq and Syria will likely set new developments in motion across the Middle East

The European Islamophobia Report (EIR) is an annual report, which is presented for the first time for the year of 2015.

In recent years, the main discourse of the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has been to be "National and Native."

Instead of making empty promises, world leaders should discuss how to fight global problems during the G20 summit in Hamburg