Between 2018-22, Türkiye’s global share in arms trade rose from 0.6 percent to 1.1 percent, making the country the 12th biggest arms exporter globally.
Despite AUKUS boosting the US-led containment of China, Washington may still struggle to gain full support from its allies as economic woes bubble to the surface.
The State Department’s latest report on terrorism makes the same old mistake of refusing to look at the terrorist activities of YPG/PKK and FETO, despite their violations of international humanitarian laws.
Türkiye's catastrophe is an opportunity to improve the international humanitarian system, global financial institutions, as well as the private sector.
The PKK-YPG attacks on humanitarian aid in Germany and on Turkish forces in Kilis during a time of unprecedented tragedy are a stark sign of how degenerated the terror network has become. Western media must stop enabling them.
Many individuals cope with the initial disaster only to become depressed six or twelve months later but certain routines can aid survivors in the process of moving forward.
At this stage of the disaster, offering moral and logistical support is far more important than amplifying allegations centred on Türkiye's construction boom.
The French hate pamphlet continues to spread its message of hatred, stopping at nothing, even mocking the victims of the devastating earthquake in Türkiye.
French citizens protest pension reform, causing nationwide strike and deepening division with the government.
To earn Türkiye’s trust and address its concerns, the security grouping cannot have different yardsticks for different terror groups.
Job loss not only takes a devastating toll on people’s behavioural and physical health, but hurts employers too.
In a new world order, nations in the second-most populous continent are no longer willing to remain vassals of Elysee Palace.
Faced with a declining economy amid multiple crises, Germany has shown first signs of going against US interests in Europe.
While most Croatians remain divided on the benefits of accession, Croatia’s entry might not be a risk-free bet for the Eurozone.
The toxic mix of far-right nationalists and PKK terror supporters is sowing seeds of hatred in Europe against both Muslims and Türkiye. And Sweden is sitting on a powder keg.
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