Normalization and Merkel's uphill battle

Turkey and Germany need each other more than ever to address and manage common threats such as trade wars, migration issues and security strategies, to name but a few pressing issues

Normalization and Merkel's uphill battle
Turkey and Germany Strategic partnership in the making

Turkey and Germany: Strategic partnership in the making

If Ankara and Berlin can overcome the challenges of recent years, a new strategic partnership could be in the making


However, the latest crisis in Syria can actually help revive relations, but only if the U.S. and Turkey can establish a meaningful conversation, effective channels for dialogue and the intention to work together toward common objectives.

There have been a lot of questions about the future of the Turkish-American partnership for the last few weeks.

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

The U.S. administration's anti-Turkey actions have led Ankara to simultaneously end its disagreements with EU countries and deepen its strategic partnership with Moscow

Wanted: New strategic partners

There was a time when you could have called Turkey's relationship with the U.S. a "strategic partnership."

Wanted New strategic partners
What Western alliance

What Western alliance?

For the past five years, the Western media has engaged in an endless "discussion" on Turkey.


The unilateralist trend that was launched by George W. Bush, who said "you are either with us or against us," actually continued in different forms in the successive U.S. administrations

The Turkish-U.S. partnership can get back on track on the condition that foreign policy makers in Washington stop following destructive policies against Ankara

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Tuesday that Turkey will impose a boycott against U.S. electronic products amid an ongoing and deepening rift between the two NATO allies over a number of issues.

Ankara and Washington should immediately determine a new road map based on mutual interests in order to save their damaged ties

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's participation in the BRICS summit in Johannesburg, South Africa last week was significant for Turkey's search for a new direction.

The improvement of Turkish-U.S. ties depends on the formation of strong and strategic cooperation between the two countries in the coming period

The June 24 parliamentary and presidential elections are one of the most critical elections in the political history of the Turkish Republic.

European states have established an anti-Erdoğan and anti-AK Party international coalition in the run up to the June 24 elections

Since the announcement of the Turkey-U.S. agreement on the city of Manbij, there have been a lot of comments about its significance for the future of Turkish-American relations. It is important to reiterate certain significant dimensions of this agreement.

The U.S. government's decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem is a turning point in history and will fuel instability and violence in the Middle East

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan , who also holds the position of president for the OIC Summit, paid a historic visit to Uzbekistan as an indication of recently intensifying bilateral relations between the two countries.

Turkey and Uzbekistan have had tense relations for decades.

Who will control the armed and trained YPG members is a key question that follows the U.S.'s announcement that it intends to withdraw from the region