A combination of hard power and diplomacy has been the key to Ankara’s achievements.
After three weeks of fierce fighting, both sides seem to understand that a prolonged conflict is not in the interest of either country. Here’s what a compromise could look like.
Over one-third of the world is being represented at the Antalya Diplomacy Forum, which has convened under the theme of “Recoding Diplomacy”, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said.
While Doha maintains its traditional balancing foreign policy, Moscow's attack has given it an opportunity to flex its soft-power muscles.
While the world’s attention is consumed by the Russia-Ukraine war, Türkiye will host a big diplomatic gathering exhibiting the importance of dialogue.
A lesson in Putin-omacy.
The attacks on major cities in the Gulf mark a dangerous escalation that could see the spillover beyond Yemen and parts of Saudi Arabia.
Shifting geopolitical tides and security priorities have strained the once-close ties between Algiers and Washington.
Cairo and Ankara need to agree on a new messaging strategy that appeals to both countries’ domestic audiences to be able to take effective steps towards normalisation.
Unless the EU lends conditional support to Greece and Greek Cypriots, it will only further increase tensions and prevent a resolution to the conflict.
The visit will help lay the groundwork for further joint economic and strategic agreements between the two countries.
The NATO-Russia Council has been an opportunity to keep communication open since the 1990s, but recently both sides expelled their diplomats deepening the rift.
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