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Turkish expansionism in the Mediterranean

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From conflict with Greece to the historical dispute over Cyprus, passing through Ankara’s interventionism in the conflicts in Syria and Libya, Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime demonstrates its will to establish itself as a regional imperialist power in the Middle East and the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The “sultan” of Ankara is …

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Are Algeria And Turkey Turnings Friends Over Libya?

Algeria

Algeria’s relations with Turkey are warming up at lightning speed. This has become even more clear as the newly but self elected Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune roped in the emerging Middle Eastern powerhouse Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. Algeria’s president has been able to secure a favour over a phone call …

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Turkey passes controversial social media bill

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Under the new act, social media companies can face fines, blocked advertisements and slashed bandwidths for not complying with the government. In a widely-expected move, Turkey’s parliament passed a law to regulate social media in the country, one that would increase censorship and silence dissent, according to critics. The law …

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Turkey Turns Tyrant As It Throttles Syria For Water

Turkey

It is being confirmed that Turkey has been systematically taking control over the natural resources in Syria to increase its control of the oil rich nation. Amidst the fight against the corona virus, two Syrian officials of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) along with the autonomous administration have declared Turkey’s …

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What Erdogan wants from Libya

Khalifa Haftar

Turkey changed the course of the war in Libya. But it didn’t do it for free. Two years back, General Khalifa Haftar-led eastern forces had made it to the suburbs of Tripoli, threatening the last stronghold of the Government of National Accord. There the both sides, who have been fighting …

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