Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s unorthodox economic policies could be pushing Turkey’s economy towards the edge, Will Conroy wrote in Intellinews.
By Eyad Abu Shakra, Arab News
The blood that was shed in the occupied Palestinian territories on the anniversary of Land Day will be followed by more of the same if the “March of Return” continues until Nakba Day on May 15.
Critics would like to blame shifts in Turkish foreign policy on ideology, but it's national interest that drives Ankara's key decisions
By Burhanettin Duran, Daily Sabah
Turkey’s military offensive in Afrin is also an example of how refugees are instrumentalized to gain domestic support for foreign policy ambitions.
By Open Democracy
By İbrahim Karagül, Yeni Safak
There are strong suspicions that those who brought Turkey and Russia to the brink of war by downing a Russian warplane are preparing for a similar sabotage.
By Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times
By Huda al-Husseini, Alarabiya
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has deployed ground and air forces in Syria and Iraq. He is also moving his naval fleet in the Aegean Sea threatening Greece and Cyprus.
By Namo Abdulla, Rudaw
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani are in Turkey on Wednesday for a trilateral meeting with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan for the topic of Syria.
There seems to be a strong convergence of interests between the Greek government, the European Commission and Eurozone Member States (and the IMF): they all want a clean exit from the Third Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece. Lorenzo Codogno explains that political motivations may well collide with the need to reduce risks and favour a smooth and successful return to normality with a post-programme in place.