Turkey


U.S Embassy Move Spurs Deadly Protests In Jerusalem

A series of mass demonstrations, in response to the recent decision by the American government to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem, have led to violence, as clashes with Israeli military forces have hospitalized over 2,700 and has resulted in the death of at least 58 protesters. Protesters gathered in several locations […]


US, UK And France Carried Out An Air Strike In Syria

The Syrian government is frequently accused of the production and use of chemical weapons since the start of protests in 2011. The suspected use of chemical weapons is one of the serious issues that have attracted the interest of major powers in deeply divided corners. The Western powers, led by […]


Turkey And Russia To Build Hospital For Syrians Fleeing Eastern Ghouta

Turkey and Russia announced the construction of a medical facility in Tel Abyad in hopes of tending to those trying to evade the unrest in Eastern Ghouta this past Wednesday. The development is said to be located around 300 miles away from the capital city of Damascus. Turkish President Recep […]


The Crippling Of Turkish Media And Failure Of Freedom Of Press

Since a recent AKP ruling, Turkish media has been under tough restrictions, and the political and legal restraints on news-reporting have become visible. The state has influenced, altered facts, and scripted journalistic practices in Turkey, as well as the directive of media owners. The government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the […]


Hydropolitics Sinks To New Depths In The Heart Of The Middle East

Within the Middle East, equal access to the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, and their tributaries in Iran, is now more important than ever. The breakdown of water access in this region is inherently related to the origins of these rivers. After Turkey and Iran take their share, fair or otherwise, […]


17 Palestinians Killed By Israeli Forces During Land Day Protests

This past Friday marked the onset of a six-week protest in Gaza, nicknamed the Great March of Return. This major demonstration commemorated the 42nd anniversary of Land Day, an incident in 1976 when six unarmed Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces while protesting the government’s decision to expropriate two thousand […]


Is The U.S. Shifting Sides? Current Turkey-U.S. Relations

The U.S. and Turkey partnership has come under serious strains due to continuous differing policies and conflict of interest of the geopolitical landscape of the Middle East. Both nations’ partnership is built on distrust, suspicion, and absence of effort to fix the recurring differences. The current strains are due to […]