The U.S. has tried to reduce oil prices by forcing Saudi Arabia to increase oil production ... and is now secretly using [the Jamal Khashoggi] incident to blackmail Saudi Arabia into achieving its goal.
The Saud dynasty’s intransigence with the opposition is notorious and the prosecution of several people happened under the complacent silence of their allies.
What has Ankara received in exchange for Brunson’s freedom?
Ankara is aware of the ulterior motive behind Washington’s Kurdish policy: The US wants to use the YPG as leverage to have a stronger negotiating position in the period that will see the transition to democracy in Syria.
[E}ach politician should consider the price that he will pay if he risks angering Trump.
Erdogan immediately ... called for his supporters to back him in this “national battle” in the name of Allah against the dollar.
The Turkish currency crisis is exerting a negative influence on the world’s economy. The circumstance is a conflict between the U.S. and Turkey, and both leaders’ actions are spurring the crisis. Before it turns into a grave situation, the international community should move to create harmony.
Disturbing Turkey is similar to playing with the arrival of an unpredictable tsunami.
<i>The contest of strength between the United States and Turkey could soon shift to energy, and Ankara’s future economic stability could depend on a pipeline.</i>
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<i>Donald Trump’s offensive against the Turkish strongman is particularly incomprehensible and dangerous</i>
It seems to be unavoidable that every summer brings its own unique crisis. This year, it’s the collapse of the Turkish lira, which came as the result of a growing confrontation between the presidents of [Read more]