The Biden doctrine: US-Russian affairs

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With the official announcement of Joe Biden’s victory in the U.S. presidential election, everybody has …

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  • There are also ghosts lingering in foreign and national security policies worldwide. The U.S. had a few of them. While approaching these issues maybe we should first be ready to understand the roots of the phenomenon..

  • Miscalculated steps in foreign policy have already changed the U.S.' image as one of the most 'concerned' world powers

  • The U.S. Senate passed a resolution on Thursday recognizing the so-called Armenian genocide. The measure, which President Donald Trump's allies in the Senate had repeatedly blocked, is not legally binding. It is merely a symbolic step. For the resolution, which Turkey strongly condemned, to become law, it must be adopted by the House of Representatives and signed by President Trump.

  • The U.S. Congress, acting under the influences of anti-Turkey sentiment in Washington, is back in the game.

  • Last week, one of the most significant developments in regards to Turkish-American relations was the meeting of U.S. President Donald Trump with dozens of Republican senators. Reportedly, during the meeting President Trump tried to convince the senators in regards to the potential negative impacts of adopting sanctions against Turkey to the U.S. and its bilateral relations.