An opportunity for U.S.-Turkey relations?
Source:Ahval News Date:30Oct2018
A d,fferent angle on the repercussions of Kashoggi murder. It could lead to better relations between Turkey and US, says Kyle Orton of Ahval News. For Turkey, comparisons with Saudi Arabia
The Breakneck Islamization of Turkey’s Education System
Source:Gatestone Institute Date:28Oct2018
All the same, the number of “imam hatip” schools has climbed from 450 in 2002 to 4,112 in 2017. Meanwhile, there are only 302 specialized science high schools in the country. Imam
The Sanctioned States: Economic Crises in Iran and Turkey
Source:The Moshe Dayan Center Date:25Oct2018
A fresh perspective on Iran and Turkey: The Trumpian damage Turkey is better placed to get out of the crisis than Iran. The crisis over US sanctions could be easily resolved and Turkey has some
ANALYSIS: Will US grant waivers to Turkey for Iran sanctions?
Source:PA Intelligence Date:20Oct2018
After Secretary of State Mike Pompeo hinted that some sanctions on Turkey will be lifted, the focus of the Turko-American tension shifted to the most immediate dispute, namely compliance with
The Global Competitiveness Report 2018
Source:World Economic Forum Date:17Oct2018
Makes sobering reading for Developing Economies in particular for Turkey, which incidentally slipped three places in the rankings. This is paragraph I liked best: Weak institutions
How can Turkey survive US sanctions on Iran?
Source:al Monitor Date:15Oct2018
Best review of the impact of Iran sanctions on Turkey Whether Turkey will again try to evade sanctions and if that is possible under the careful watch of the agencies will also depend on
What’s behind Erdoğan’s apparent support for the liberal international order?
Source:Brookings Papers Date:10Oct2018
The article doesn’t serve justice to its title, but answers many relevant questions such as the reasons for Turkey’s economic decline and its attempts to shift trade and investment to
The intentions behind Turkey’s use of ‘mosque diplomacy’
Source:Arab News Date:07Oct2018
A state-sponsored strategy to establish mosques in a number of countries, from Cuba to China, has emerged as a soft-power instrument for Turkey, one that aims to create a unified Turkish
Helping Turkey Find Its Way Back to the West
Eminently sensible policy suggestions from a retired general: Losing Turkey from the trans-Atlantic world would be a geopolitical mistake of near epic proportions. Yet the U.S. and its European
Can Erdogan’s New Powers Help Fix Turkey’s Economy?
Source:The National Interest Date:30Sep2018
A very insightful analysis of how Erdogan’s new powers interact with Turkey’s economic crisis by Nader Habibi.