Analysis

Turkey-China commerce moves forward despite Covid

Turkey and China have managed to further develop and diversify their growing trade relationship despite the COVID-19 pandemic as they celebrate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties this year. The two countries established diplomatic relations in 1971, and since then, their ties have intensified on political, cultural, and economic levels

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Biden's North Korea strategy kept in secret for now

The Biden administration contacted North Korea last week to explain the results of its review of U.S. North Korea policy, according to local news reports. After Joe Biden took office in January, the U.S. began a review of its North Korea policy, but Pyongyang ignored suggestions to return to the negotiating table

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"Unequal forces": Why Jerusalem is on fire once again?

As a result of the clashes between the Palestinians and the Israeli police in early May, about 300 people have already been injured. The cause of the conflict is the eviction of Palestinians from East Jerusalem and the celebration of Al-Quds …

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Biden's US pins its hopes on COVID-19 for global image

The COVID-19 crisis has probably been the most significant and consequential public health crisis the world has faced in the past century. Since the 1917 Spanish flu, this is the first time that the world has dealt a crisis of …

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Ways of reviving the Turkey-Azerbaijan-Israel triangle

For the first time in a long while, some positive news has emerged regarding Turkey-Israel relations. According to the Turkish media, the invitation extended to Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz to attend the Antalya Diplomacy Forum …

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