<i>Where Moscow succeeds spectacularly, Washington will probably fail, despite engaging similar means. Why is that?</i>
Russia and the U.S. are undertaking a similar military plan in Syria: air raids on local enemies to support land attacks on local allies. Since the start of the American intervention against the [Read more]
Even if U.S. Middle East strategy doesn’t undergo significant changes with the arrival of a new president, the shadow of Barack Obama’s foreign policy failures will hang over the new boss of the Oval Office.
America’s vice president took a stance one day before a meeting with Turkish President Erdogan. Furthermore, Washington demanded that Ankara take a more active approach against the Islamic State.
America last week leaked information about the U.S. administration’s agreement that Syrian President Bashar Assad will remain in power until after President Barack Obama's term ends in 2017. The news postulates that theoretically, the American administration worked on toppling Assad. This reveals a lot of information [Read more]
I arrived in Texas, a large state in America, two months ago as a consultant for a company based in Istanbul. Before this, I lived in Boston for close to two years while studying for a Master’s [degree] in financial management.
I would love to tell you about America in order to acquaint oppressed Turkish citizens [Read more]
Now that the initial reactions to our formal counterterrorism ally shooting down our plane have settled down, we can think about why Turkey did this.
First of all, it is necessary to understand that Turkey is not an Islamic country. Yes, Erdogan periodically uses this beautiful phrase about "minarets our bayonets," [Read more]
It is true that blind intolerance toward a particular color, religion or nationality contradicts the principles of the U.S. Constitution, which prohibit these forms of discrimination.
If you want to see what the end will bring, you must see Syria’s puzzle with all of these pieces.
The downing of the Russian airplane by Turkish fighter jets was not an incident that came about through chance, but because [Russian] pilots violated Turkey's aerial space and did not leave despite the warnings. All the evidence and all the indications lead to the conclusion that this was an extreme, provocative act by [Read more]