The situation in Syria today represents a test for the NATO alliance. If NATO support remains confined to words of support and does not materialize into action, it will harm the alliance.
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Publicly, the US backs the UN-backed government in Tripoli. It's time it starts showing that support.
The incredulous statements from Russia mirror how severely the situation in Syria has escalated, but perhaps the potential for escalation will finally stir action from Western states apathetic to the plight of Syrians in Idlib.
Syria is shattered, divided and the future seeds of discontent have already been sown. Idlib should not be allowed to go quietly into the night.
Some Turkish productions are being painted as a soft-power push to enhance the ‘Ottoman narrative’ of the region.
A trending video in Turkey inaccurately mocks Syrians for being lazy and living off handouts from the government.
Turkish President Erdogan's visit to Pakistan comes at a testing time for both countries and speaks to the durable nature of the relationship.
The EU's diplomatic initiatives to find a solution to the Libyan crisis have been meek at best. The member states' pursuit of their own narrow geopolitical interests has been a major impediment in this regard.
The locally produced automobile will be the culmination of a set of policies that aim to take the Turkish economy to the next level.
Today, the race for AI technology is beginning to replace the old arms race of the Cold War. According to most experts, states are increasingly investing in AI technology while seeking ways to apply it to military purposes.