Following A Big Defeat It was a close win after all. Although the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, gained the vote of nearly 52 per cent of Turkish electorate in 2016, his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) came far

Europe has exported its refugee crisis to north Africa. During the summer of 2017, a combination of European policy making and accurately aimed funding has caused the migrant masses to bottleneck in the north of Africa, among countries that are

As the New Year approaches, numerous columnists and media personalities have been vocal in their lamentations of past year. 'Watch Mojo' listed ten events that made the previous year “the worst,” whereas host of 'Last Week Tonight', John Oliver, literally

By the evening of August 24th, the last ISIS stronghold on the Turkey-Syria border fell to Turkish military forces that had stormed the city earlier that day. Supported by American air strikes, Turkish tanks, aircraft and special operation forces cleared

Water politics is the thirst for power through water. As water becomes an increasingly scarce resource, we will see its presence grow in global discourses, negotiations, and conflicts. Although water was considered essential for the realization of most human rights, it

On August 3rd, 2014, the jihadist armies of the self-proclaimed Islamic Caliphate invaded and conquered the region of Sinjar in Northern Iraq. The elders of Sinjar were gunned to death. The men were murdered. And the women were dragged from

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