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Reflections of USA’s Withdrawal from Syria on Israel

Following the declaration of Donald Trump, the President of the United States, that the US troops would be pulled from Syria, it seems that balance of power may shift in Syria. Although conflicts continuing in Syria for the last 7 years were initially named...

Normalization in Turkish-American Relations

It is familiar that Turkish-American relations follow a up-and-down process throughout the history. In addition to this, it is an opinion shared by many experts that the recent crises create irrecoverable damage in bilateral relations. These opinions are not unjust. In that, while there...

Turkey and Religious Identities in the Middle East

Davison who studies about the history of the term the Middle East describes it as “A geopolitical unit that develops around the Islam”. Indeed, at the same time, Middle East finds a niche in minds as “The history of the heritage that remained from...

Hospitality in Turkey’s Public Diplomacy

Turkey began to employ public diplomacy as the government policy too late compared to Western countries, from 2010’s and onwards. By establishing Prime Ministry Public Diplomacy Office in January 2010 under the coordination of now presidential spokesperson Ibrahim Kalın, Turkey started to generate and...

Turkey’s Triumph of Humanitarian Diplomacy: Sochi Summit

Sochi Deal has been the first achievement of the ‘enterprising and humanitarian Foreign Policy’, which was, declared during the 10th Ambassadors Conference on 13th August 2018 in Ankara. Turkey showed a great diplomatic success at Idlib crisis with its public diplomacy aiming at prevention...

Is it Really Worth Losing Turkey?

The developments taking place in Syria and Iraq indicate an ongoing redistribution of positions in the diplomatic field. Herein, the decisive moment is regarding who will head this process. Although the struggle for influence in Iraq between the US and Iran comes to the...

The Future of Relations between Ankara and Tehran after the Tehran Summit

Since December 28 Iran has faced plenty of operations. Unexpected attacks on strategic Iranian positions by ISIS, the Qatar-Saudi Arabia crisis, a referendum on September 25th, and, finally, elections in Iraq can be considered as part of this process. Indeed, these events have concerned Iran...

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