Historical call to PKK

Historical call to PKK

Turkey witnessed a historical day in the 18th anniversary of February 28 1997 event in which dissidents are suspended from power. Government... | MORE

by KURTULUS TAYİZ

Jihadist Terrorism Is No Major Threat To The West

Jihadist Terrorism Is No Major Threat To The West

In its ISIS or Boko Haram versions, Jihadist terrorism and its various Caliphate or territorial enterprisescertainly poses a major existential threat to the few countries and (mostly failed) states where those groups operate... | MORE

by Dr. ALAIN GABON

What does Turkish type of presidency mean?

What does Turkish type of presidency mean?

There are four different legs in the government in Turkey. Conservative citizens, Kemalists, military and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK). | MORE

by MARKAR ESAYAN

Maintaining the view that Turkey only belongs to the Turks

Maintaining the view that Turkey only belongs to the Turks

February 28th is not an ordinary date in Turkey’s history! 18 years from now on 28th February 1997, the then democratically elected coalition... | MORE

by ERGIN YAMAN

Turkey’s new foreign policy and a global outlook

Turkey’s new foreign policy and a global outlook

There’s definitely a strong link between Turkey’s foreign policy, its relations with neighboring and distant countries and the search of a new... | MORE

by Dr. CEMIL ERTEM

The Ummah: Real or Imaginary

The Ummah: Real or Imaginary

“Tell me one thing Dr. Khan,” he said very softly and hesitantly. “Why do Muslims talk so much about Muslim World, really there is no such | MORE

by Dr. MUQTEDAR KHAN

Operation ‘Shah Firat’ and Peace Process

Operation ‘Shah Firat’ and Peace Process

Turkey's action of transferring the Suleyman Shah Tomb and memorial guard located in Syria to the Kurdish controlled region and informing... | MORE

by KURTULUS TAYİZ

Islamophobia Network: The Fringe Dominating the Center

Islamophobia Network: The Fringe Dominating the Center

Clearly, the recent events in Europe, U.S. and the Muslim World have brought renewed attention to Islam and the status of Muslim citizens and immigrants in the West. For some, the idea of Islam and the West are an odd coupling... | MORE

by Dr. HATEM BAZIAN

This is Institutional Racism: Banning Iranians from U.S. Universities Per “U.S. Law”

This is Institutional Racism: Banning Iranians from U.S. Universities Per “U.S. Law”

Enacting a blanket-ban on Iranian students, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst has recently issued a policy denying admission to Iranians... | MORE

by SHAWNDEEZ DAVARI JADALI

Suleyman Shah, ISIS and the Syrian war

Suleyman Shah, ISIS and the Syrian war

The relocation of the tomb and the military post that protects it preempts any possible attack on a Turkish target in Syrian territory. As fighting... | MORE

by IBRAHIM KALIN

 
  

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