Lack of logic in Turkish mediaThe fallacies of so-called experts in Turkish media continue to serve the goals of terrorist organizations by sowing confusion and causing cracks in society through misinformation and empty speculationmore
Op-EdWhen multi is a problemThe future will show whether Turkey will experience an axis shift while it is trying to adapt to new balances as the world is changing More
Op-EdFuture has arrivedThe world is not just about statistical graphs and everyday economic interpretation on screens and it does not just revolve around interest, stock market, exchange rates or the euro-dollar reserves of some. Therefore, ‘The World is bigger than five' is a strong message not only to the political world but also to the world of economy More
The slogan "no taxation without representation" comes from the American Revolution. It represents the displeasure of the original 13 Colonies against the British Empire, and...
Op-EdTurkey needs to push Putin to enforce cease-fire from Assad's allies
There are still a number of hurdles toward getting any move forward with Russia-backed peace talks. The priority has shifted though from the moderate opposition forces, who insist that if Assad's fighters cannot respect the cease-fire, then they will not even attend, which would scupper any hopes of success in Geneva later in February
Op-EdWould things fall into place with Trump?
President-elect Trump taking office on Jan. 20 is a great opportunity to turn over a new leaf in the chaotic world. Both the security concept and the sharing of interests can be redefined on a win-win basis
Op-EdRapprochement between Turkey, Iraq: Implications for the region
In a historic visit by the Turkish PM to Iraq, the two governments emphasized mutual respect for one another's territorial integrity and national sovereignty, cooperation to fight against terror and non-state actors. This rapprochement between Turkey and Iraq will consolidate the Iraqi return to a national and independent foreign policy
Reader's CornerBlaming the victim
Foreign media sources continue to ignore the culprit behind the terror attacks in Turkey so as to place the blame on the country's shoulders while strengthening their manipulative rhetoric with hand-picked facts and numerous claims
Reader's CornerDecember statistics
With the new year well underway, it is time to cast a final look at December 2016 to find out which news categories were at the forefront when it comes to capturing the readers'...
Op-EdTurkey: Pity the nation that is fooled twice
The nightclub massacre has shocked many and has even reached the esteemed journalist Robert Fisk. But what's his problem with the Erdoğan administration? And why can't he see the blood on the hands of Western leaders?