Al-Quds A jewel too dear to be manipulated

Al-Quds: A jewel too dear to be manipulated

Whatever the global strategies of great powers or personal agendas of unprincipled politicians, al-Quds represents a jewel that shall be protected dearly as the global center of tolerance, multiculturalism and mutual respect


Gülenist terrorists try to do all they can to interfere in the Attila and Zarrab cases with the aim to harm Turkey

Turkey's enemies have mobilized their forces to ensure that the trial can be used against the entire country. To be clear, they take the allegations out of context in an effort to influence public opinion.

Needless to say, the Turkish government will probably consider the second scenario an effort to meddle with the 2019 elections in Turkey.

When Daesh first emerged, the U.S. chastised Turkey for condoning it. However, while Turkey was fighting on the ground in Azaz, Jarablus and al-Bab, the U.S. did not provide enough air support.

SETA General Coordinator Professor Duran: I don't believe Meral Akşener is the Candidate who could replace Erdoğan

Despite the push to present Meral Akşener, the chairwoman of the newly established İYİ Party, as an alternative candidate against President Erdoğan in the run up to the 2019 presidential elections, Professor Duran thinks this will not translate into results, as a true candidate for the opposition parties is yet to be identified

SETA General Coordinator Professor Duran I don't believe Meral Akşener
Trump's Iran strategy A new challenge to Turkey-US relations

Trump's Iran strategy: A new challenge to Turkey-US relations

Trump's new strategy on Iran and the nuclear deal is likely to also have a huge impact on U.S. allies in the region


The idea of "strategic partnership" - let alone what President Obama once hailed as "model partnership"- means little, if anything at all. At this point, Turks of all political backgrounds are convinced that Washington is being hostile toward their country.

If Turkey-U.S. relations are intended to head for a fresh start rather than a collapse, Washington must revise its Middle East policies, especially the leftovers from the Obama administration on Syria, Iraq and Iran

The arrest of Iranian-Turkish businessman Reza Zerrab in Miami does not give any message as thought by the Turkish opposition - it only shows that a U.S. attorney did his duty