Terror, water, stability: Turkey, Iraq revive ties

Sharing similar concerns in the region, Ankara and Baghdad have opened a new page in cooperation, which is particularly bad news for PKK terrorists

Terror water stability Turkey Iraq revive ties
Turkish Military Destroys Dozens of PKK Terrorist Targets

Turkish Military Destroys Dozens of PKK Terrorist Targets

SETA Security Researcher Bilgehan Ozturk, discusses Turkish military successfully completing Operation Claw-Eagle in northern Iraq by destroying dozens of PKK terrorists’ targets.


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.

With the U.S. midterm elections around the corner, public debate on President Donald Trump's political future is heating up.

The Tehran trilateral summit did not result in the best solution to the crisis in Idlib, but it was a good starting point for the peace process

The current American administration, led by an ultra-nationalist and xenophobic politician, has abandoned the traditional principles of American hegemony, namely liberal democracy and the free market

The United States in trouble with its alliance network

The foreign policy makers of the Trump administration are damaging the U.S.' prestige among its allies, leaving the country more isolated than ever

The United States in trouble with its alliance network
Erdoğan or Trump Who deserves to be disappointed

Erdoğan or Trump: Who deserves to be disappointed?

The strained atmosphere between Turkey and the U.S. is not likely to change until Trump stops being a bully


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

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

Whether Trump gets impeached or not, the international community will have to deal with the negative side effects of the impeachment process

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

The Trump administration's controversial and reckless moves against Ankara are about to spell the end of the traditional Turkey-U.S. partnership

The Trump administration's policy of economic selfishness doesn't just make the U.S. look like a vulgar and isolated superpower, but at the same time encourages the world's leading economies to work more closely together

Diplomacy is becoming a more complicated enterprise with the increasing elements of uncertainty and unpredictability.

Credibility of US government with a president as 'erratic' as Trump is greatly diminished, says expert

Turkey has been under an economic attack since last week when the United Stated imposed sanctions on two Turkish ministers following the arrest of evangelical pastor Andrew Brunson.

The U.S. president continues straining his country's ties with Ankara by making irrational and undiplomatic moves against Turkish national interests

Turkish-American relations have been in a situation of permanent crises for the last five years..

The Trump administration is destroying the system that the U.S. established in the wake of World War II by alienating its long-time allies

Turkey's response to the U.S. sanctions against two of its Cabinet ministers has been decisive, yet reasonable. Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu met with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Singapore last week to convey the message that Washington's threats were unacceptable.