Syria: Α Wound That Bleeds

Syria: Α Wound That Bleeds

The war in Syria triggered international anxiety and shock. It is really amazing how a social protest in 2011 against the reforms that Assad’s government was trying to imply, turned to a civil war and then unfortunately to a hard war with many countries involved.
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The Vital Crisis To Aegean Sea

The Vital Crisis To Aegean Sea

The fear for a conflict or a warm episode between Greece and Turkey, emerges again especially after the recent statements of the officials of the Turkish government.
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Turkey – Energy & Infrastructure Forecast 2020 Risks and Opportunities

Turkey – Energy & Infrastructure Forecast 2020 Risks and Opportunities

Economies and businesses are always shaped by expectations, just as market expectations are important in economic forecasts themselves. Here are our short-term upcoming year predictions.
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Islamic State Alive and Well in Europe

Islamic State Alive and Well in Europe

The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the November 29 jihadi attack at London Bridge, where a Pakistani Islamist stabbed two people to death and injured three others. The suspect, 28-year-old Usman Khan, a convicted terrorist, was subsequently shot dead by police.
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The Question Of A Kurdish State

The Question Of A Kurdish State

The creation of an independent and sovereign state of Kurdistan is a topic with a long history and differing visions for how to realise it.
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Russia and Finland – Are Bad Times Coming Back?

Russia and Finland – Are Bad Times Coming Back?

Finland Russia relations are in a crossroads. After 80 years, are the bad times coming again? Read about Finland Russia relations on Sigma Turkey.
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West’s Plan to Break Russia Down by 2030

November 21st, 2019|Alexander Malkevich|

The West isn’t going to tolerate strong and independent Russia. If it’s plan succeeds by the year 2030 there will be only a handful of nowadays territory left and Russia itself will become one of the small insignificant countries which no one reckons with. I’m telling up front: this info isn’t ‘taken from the ceiling’ (as we say in Russia), but based upon international publications and reports.

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Kurds’ History Repeats Itself

October 14th, 2019|Ahmet Dogan|

An article published in The New York Times on 2 March 1979, in section A page 13, titled “Mustafa Barzani, Kurd’s Leader Dies” provided an obituary and a [...]

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