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Turkey's domestic policy losing its foreign friends

Erdogan alienates all


Author Semih Idiz

Upon assuming office in May, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim promised that he would “increase the number of Turkey’s friends and reduce the number of its enemies.” Today, however, Ankara is losing friends rapidly, especially in Europe where there are calls for sanctions against Turkey. 

Hillary Could Drag Us All Into A Catastrophic War

Hillary Clinton Nuclear Doom

 

By Peter Hitchens

“I cannot quite work out how the good, sane impulse that gave birth to the USA could possibly have led us to this nightmare choice between two equally horrible outcomes.”

World Population Trends Signal Danger Ahead


By Barry Mirkin

The United Nations has released population data confirming the continuation of long-term global demographic trends and a larger global population than previously projected.

How Vladimir Putin Became Evil

 

The US and UK condemn him for Crimea but supported him over the war in Chechnya. Why? Because now he refuses to play ball

By Tariq Ali, "Information Clearing House - "The Guardian"-

Once again, it seems that Russia and the United States are finding it difficult to agree on how to deal with their respective ambitions. This clash of interests is highlighted by the Ukrainian crisis.

Will a Multi-Polar World be more Peaceful? The Failure of the Project for a New American Empire



By Juan Cole
(By Tom Engelhardt)

There is, it seems, something new under the sun.
Geopolitically speaking, when it comes to war and the imperial principle, we may be in uncharted territory. Take a look around and you’ll see a world at the boiling point. From Ukraine to Syria, South Sudan to Thailand, Libya to Bosnia, Turkey to Venezuela, citizen protest (left and right) is sparking not just disorganization, but what looks like, to coin a word, de-organization at a global level. Increasingly, the unitary status of states, large and small, old and new, is being called into question.

 

What's So Un-Islamic About ISIS?

by Ayman S. Ibrahim, American Thinker

 

In each horrifying operation executed by ISIS, the radical terrorist group uses every possible way to convey its Islamic identity. They make sure the world sees and hears what they believe and seek, emphasizing plainly their religious motivation.

 

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