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Security, law, ethics and Syria

One of the topics that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has recently highlighted was the reason why Turkey had to take matters into its own hands. It was due to the fact that Turkey is experiencing a time where its seeks support from its so-cal... more

What should a free trade deal with the US look like?

One of the hottest topics of last week was the that the U.S. offered to boost its trade volume with Turkey to $100 billion. This positive step in relations that took a nosedive during the F-35 and S-400 period had a positive impact on markets.What i... more

NATO, CAATSA and contradictions

With Turkey purchasing and taking delivery of the Russian S-400 air defense system, fresh arguments have risen. Many analyses have been made on the subject. Naturally, some are of vital significance and some are guiding. However, when generally consi... more

S-400 missiles, sanctions and international law

The delivery of The Russian S-400 systems has for a while now been the hot topic closely followed by economy circles.Because it is well known that with Turkey’s purchase of the defense system, its economy will be directly targeted by sanctions impose... more

What will be the outcome of the G20 leaders’ summit?

In my previous article I had stated that the G20’s lack of a secretariat and the fact that it does not hold the status of being an international organization, the information that emerged as a result of the summits are not binding. Clearly, beyond fi... more

The G20 summit overshadowed by trade wars

The G20 summit this year is going to be held in Japan. The main themes of the summit are global economy, trade and investment, innovation, environment and energy, employment, women’s empowerment, development and health. Meetings continued at various ... more

Trump’s Turkey letter and the need for a new trade roadmap

Last Tuesday, U.S. President Donald Trump wrote a letter to Congress regarding trade with Turkey. In his letter, Trump stated that the Turkish economy is now sufficiently developed and it should be removed from the “General System of Preferences” pro... more

Inequalities, dreams and realities

This year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) summit started last Tuesday in Davos with the theme “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” We are going to follow the reports and speeches about the me... more

Brexit, Trump, and economic warfare

The world is going through difficult times. The latest developments signal a turbulent process where global balances will be redefined, but economic balances are set to become much more fragile. In this respect, we should focus on the big picture rat... more

France, the future of the EU and the risks for Turkey

The protests ongoing in France since Nov. 17 entered a new phase as of Monday evening. The “yellow vests movement,” which started following fuel tax hikes and continued as a reaction to the economic problems being experienced in France for a while no... more

The global risks that await us in 2019

As 2019 approaches, almost everyone is curious as to what awaits us in the new year. As this is the case, people have started to search for answers in this regard. In fact, I have been writing in detail about this matter for a while. In that sense, p... more

The effects of global risks on the economy

There is a common belief among economists that 2019 and 2020 will be very tough years for the world economy. The number of reports from various institutions in this direction is also increasing. That is why, even though it may not be directly related... more


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