ISIS and PKK

ISIS and PKK

The US turning into a good “partner” as a result of the ISIS factor has carried the imaginary horizon of the PKK to an extraordinary extent. | MORE

by ETYEN MAHCUPYAN

Five reasons Pakistan will not change its Afghan policy

Five reasons Pakistan will not change its Afghan policy

When it comes to Pakistan, Afghanistan has got it wrong from the very beginning. In 1947, when India finally won independence... | MORE

by SUHROB AHMAD

Misery in the Mediterranean and Refugees Flight to Safety

Misery in the Mediterranean and Refugees Flight to Safety

The refugee carnage in the Mediterranean is a reminder, if any was needed, of the massive suffering underway in this part of the world. A human tidal wave filled with misery, suffering and death is washing... | MORE

by Dr. HATEM BAZIAN

Structural Mistakes of the Resolution Process (3): Violating Obligations

Structural Mistakes of the Resolution Process (3): Violating Obligations

There is no doubt that both sides in Turkey have made mistakes regarding violating obligations. They did not use the time effectively. | MORE

by Prof. Dr. VAHAP COSKUN

The Growing appeal of Sufism in America

The Growing appeal of Sufism in America

The future of Islam in America is bright. Even though many American Muslims are reluctant to acknowledge it, there is clearly... | MORE

by Dr. MUQTEDAR KHAN

Who ended the Peace/Resolution Process?

Who ended the Peace/Resolution Process?

The outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) is a group active in terrorism since the 1980s. Whenever the government tried to end the PKK terror... | MORE

by HALIME KOKCE

Child of ‘Middle East hell’: PKK

Child of ‘Middle East hell’: PKK

It has been a month now since the war which began on the night of July 23 by the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) bombing the outlawed PKK targets with F-16s and... | MORE

by FIRAT EREZ

Turkey’s accession to the European Union

Turkey’s accession to the European Union

Turkey has been a candidate for the European Union (EU) membership since 1999. The bilateral relations between Turkey and the EU... | MORE

by LUBNA SUNAWAR

No crisis in East, while crisis in West deepens

No crisis in East, while crisis in West deepens

This Monday was labelled as the “black Monday” within the financial world and some even went further by calling that day a beginning of a new financial crisis. | MORE

by Dr. CEMIL ERTEM

ISIS’s compounded ignorance is criminal but not a theology

ISIS’s compounded ignorance is criminal but not a theology

The recent New York Times article “ISIS Enshrines a Theology of Rape”, exposing the group’s attempt to provide a religious rationalization for its pervasive use of rape in its ongoing grotesque war in Iraq and Syria... | MORE

by Dr. HATEM BAZIAN

 
  

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