Saturday, 23rd February 2019

Clash of Imams: Power Struggles and Changing Allegiances in Turkey

Written by  |  Friday, 14 February 2014 20:57  |  Published in Asia politics

Erdoğan's landslide victory in 2001, with 35% of the general vote, was more than the charismatic image created and diffused by the main stream media and passionately defended

ASEAN, China & Maritime Disputes in the South China Sea

Written by  |  Tuesday, 22 October 2013 15:16  |  Published in Asia politics

The maritime disputes in the South China Sea between China, Taiwan and several ASEAN member states have the potential to destabilize the precarious balance of the region

Instability in Korea inflicts the most damage on China

Written by  |  Thursday, 30 May 2013 15:57  |  Published in Asia politics

The recent crisis in the Korean Peninsula causes a lot of harm to China's interests, in both economic and security aspects. It also increased the uncertainty in the region and gave the U.S. the opportunity to exploit it to modify its military deployment in the Pacific area

Another Newroz in the Northern Kurdistan: A Historic Appeal and Peace Hopes

Written by  |  Wednesday, 03 April 2013 14:21  |  Published in Asia politics

The first concrete steps declared in Abdullah Öcalan's historical message announced to huge crowds in Amed (Turkey's Kurdish province Diyarbakır) on  March 21st during the Kurdish Newroz celebrations have turned out to be a blossom of peace hopes throughout the Northern Kurdistan where a 30-year dirty war between the Turkish Military and the PKK guerrilla had cast dark shadows.

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