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What will the future hold?

Only those who have experienced sleep paralysis will know of its effects. A few seconds in a state of this sleep almost consumes one’s life. Though not everyone might experience sleep paralysis, everyone dreams once in a while. Our world is currently... more

Mohammed bin Salman, his rivals: History’s vicious circle

According to recent news from Saudi Arabia and which has been keeping Western media busy, the dynasty is starting to show signs of activity again. The developments are not limited to activity alone; Mohammad bin Salman’s uncle Ahmad bin Abdulaziz an... more

March 5 summit over Idlib will put world order to test

The Idlib issue is the end of the road. Moreover, it is the international community’s last chance to ensure regional order. Of course, the future of Turkey-Russia relations, which has been developing since 2018, is also dependent on this.The wills pr... more

Why is Turkey at war?

Tensions at our border are not dying down. On the contrary, they are mounting with every passing minute. The scene is rife with panic. Of course, there is a myriad of “expert opinions” saying “I told you so.” These evaluations do not suit the langua... more

Libya is a matter of life and death for Turkey!

Can Turkey solve its problems by introverting? More accurately, can Anatolia and Thrace be preserved for eternity? Some say yes. According to them, by focusing on interior problems, reducing unemployment, Turkey can maintain its presence and provide ... more

Should Turkey send troops to Libya?

Turkey has to focus on three main points, or at least it had to so in the past. I have previously expressed this. Libya is the gateway of the Persian gulf and the Mediterranean route to Africa, and Yemen is the key to the Indian Ocean.Unfortunately a... more

Why is the world against Erdoğan and Putin?

Today’s events are not independent from history.Or if we use the more hackneyed phrase: those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.This is also the reason that history was written in at least a quarter of a century.Just as ancestors p... more

Is the Riyadh deal dividing Yemen?

As we reach the end of 2019, perhaps the best development of the year in the Middle East is that the expected war has not been launched against Iran. The tensions which had been exacerbated throughout 2018 by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates... more


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