Tuncay Şahin is a producer at TRT World.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi is on a three-day visit to the US and experts view it as a much needed outreach for the former military general who's facing international criticism for his increasingly authoritarian approach.
The deal reached between Turkey and Russia this week on Syria's Idlib province has raised hopes of finding a diplomatic solution to the war in the country.
KDP, the most powerful party of the KRG, slightly increased its seats in the Iraqi parliament despite the diplomatic and military failure after leading a non-binding independence referendum last year in September.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu’s visit to Washington on June 4 is expected to be a turning point for the relations between both countries as it stands as a hope to solve the problems regarding Syria on the US support for the YPG.
Ten political parties are running in Turkey's parliamentary elections, seven of them set up two electoral alliances. Three parties support incumbent President Erdogan for the presidential election on the same day, while others appear as opposition.
In Ankara's recent talks with Baghdad, the fight against the PKK in Iraq and reconstruction of the country top the agenda. But how and for how long has the PKK been based in Iraq, Turkey's neighbouring country in the southeast? We break it down:
The PKK terror group's Syrian affiliate PYD has applied to open an office in the US, which would perform lobbying activities. The group expanded its international network in recent years. Here is the list of PYD's foreign offices:
How will Turkey prepare for the elections in two months time, and which parties will run in the elections? Here are the answers:
Tensions between the US, some European countries and Russia have been growing, but British Prime Minister Theresa May's accusation that Russia poisoned a former spy have brought them to a boil.
Turkey allied with the United States and Saudi-led Gulf states in Syria at the beginning of the civil war. But Ankara is now working with Russia and Iran to find a solution to the conflict. Here is why Turkey changed its alliances.
In the first three years of the uprising against Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad, the opposition took control of critical territories in the country. After 2015, the balance began to change and Assad regained his power. Here's how:
As the problems get worse in northern Iraq after a recent referendum, new political parties and alliances are emerging. The Coalition for Democracy and Justice, and New Generation are two new parties that plan to run for the first time in elections.
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