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Forced Population Transfers, Mass Expulsions, and Migration: The Law and its Claw

Human inception with autochthonic affinities coated in political proclivities harbingered and vouched for exclusivity of ethnicity, race,and religion in every part of the world....

The reconfiguration of the New Syria

Whatever happens, the New Syria which is currently reshaping will be the breaking point that will give rise to the new Middle East from...

Russian Power Dance on Astana Round and Geneva Talks about Syria

On December 2016, The Moscow Declaration about Syrian crisis had been announced by the foreign ministers of Turkey, Russia, and Iran. Three countries agreed...

The United States of America needs to reiterate its global-police role

In relation to the Trump’s isolationistic assertion, which America should pull back as a world police and according to its diminishing role, Counter Narco-Terrorism...

A new war in the Middle East?

In the Middle East, a new stormy confrontation may emerge. After the ISIS militants’ defeat and the beginning of a political settlement in Syria,...

The ‘Why’ Of the Embassy Move to Jerusalem: ‘Nose to Nose With a Con Man’

The Jerusalem story is the centerpiece of news this week.  Donald Trump and Mike Pence, an evangelical, in favor of moving the embassy and...

Zarrab Case: Strong Signal of Change for Turkish Foreign Policy

During three investigations held by İstanbul Public Prosecutor between 17-25 December 2013, various people including businessmen, bureaucrats, and government officials were subjected to operations...

Silk diplomacy of the Celestial Empire against the Turkistan Islamic Party

The Turkistan Islamic Party (TIP) called the 19th Congress of the Communist Party of China held in October 2017 “a gathering of atheists” and...

Reviving an Ancient Route? The Role of the Baku – Tbilisi – Kars Railway

Though the initial idea about the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) railway project was raised in the early 1990s, it was not taken seriously due to regional...

The Russian strategy in the Middle East

The Russian Federation has already won the war in Syria and is therefore the hegemonic power throughout the Middle East. Despite tensions at the...

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