China and the Solomon Islands have initialled a draft security agreement, sparking concerns among regional players such as Australia.
Turkiye’s Communications Director Fahrettin Altun argues that Ankara’s proposals for reforming the international system and its successful humanitarian assistance programmes provide a model for stability in an era of global upheaval.
Iran has a high stake in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, and Tehran is determined to carefully engage the new rulers in Kabul.
Tehran is wary of destabilisation in Central Asia, which could pose a threat to its economic and national security.
Maintaining the tenuous peace in the multi-ethnic city of Kirkuk will require a nuanced approach as part of a wider strategy to counter Daesh.
Tel Aviv and Ankara have the opportunity to de-escalate tensions and establish dialogue after the turbulent Netanyahu era.
Climate change could emerge as a leading cause of global security threats, and some say we are past the point of prevention.
Will the Pentagon’s alarmism about Chinese military and nuclear advancement be used to justify more US military spending?
Azzam Alameddin, the company's director of public policy covering the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey told the Turkish parliament's digital media committee that the company is always open to negotiations with the public and the authorities.
Increased dialogue and cooperation with Turkey would better serve neighbourly relations and regional stability.
Human Rights Watch report shed light that Damascus operates a mafia-style intelligence state where returnees face brutality even after signing a “reconciliation” document.
While Paris seeks to take a leading role in Iraq, its agenda is likely to prompt further geopolitical tensions for a country already stricken with regional competition.
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