Turkish Cyprus debates whether the country's leader politicised aid from Greek Cyprus.
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It would serve the public good to have more nuanced, balanced, understanding approach all around, avoiding polarization.
In the post-pandemic world, we may see a relative concentration of production to specific locations and nation states gaining more power as opposed to multinational organizations and corporations.
In addition to the UK, Turkey has sent aid and medical supplies to over 57 countries to support efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the dust from the pandemic settles, there will be a lot of people in developed economies wondering why, their systems failed them.
One cannot help but think of the situation in Syria when one hears of the collapse of health systems and the targeting of health professionals in hospitals.
Turkey’s healthcare model embodies adequate planning, resilience and commitment that all nations would do well to emulate.
Fragile economic and political environment in Western Balkans still renders it one of the most vulnerable regions to the political and economic impacts of the Covid-19.
If the heinousness of the terror attack in Afrin won’t move PKK/YPG sympathisers, including some international observers, then what will?
Khalifa Haftar has become increasingly desperate as his advances on Tripoli have failed and his forces weaken.