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Will Biden be able to stop Erdogan’s neo-Ottoman expansionism?

Will Biden be able to stop Erdogan’s neo-Ottoman expansionism?

The Ottoman Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to reweave the nationalist fibre, through external provocation, because he is weakened on the inside by a sluggish economy and growing unpopularity. It is a dangerous game because he wants to project himself beyond his borders and is once again seeking to settle scores with his historical Armenian enemies, whose genocide in 1915 was caused by Turkey. Which Erdogan denies. And that is a shame.

 

Sustainable agriculture in the Middle East: Environmental emergency and food security challenge

Sustainable agriculture in the Middle East: Environmental emergency and food security challenge

The Covid crisis has highlighted the need to relocate what is essential, such as food and drug production. In the Middle East, it is clear that the supply of basic foodstuffs depends heavily, and increasingly so, on international markets, as arable land and water resources are becoming increasingly scarce.

 

European Union: Facing the bellicose Erdogan

European Union: Facing the bellicose Erdogan

Turkish President Recep Erdogan wants to show the great powers that he has his say in the redistribution of the cards in the Middle East and in the resolution of conflicts in the region, at a time, moreover, when the world order that emerged from 1945, the end of the Second World War, has become obsolete.

 

USA: The Seven Post-Trump Global Challenges

USA: The Seven Post-Trump Global Challenges

After 4 years of Trumpism, with their succession of repetitive tweets, fads, unpredictabilities, inconsistencies, the new American president should be called Hercules Biden, as the files that Donald Trump left him, in foreign policy, are so many colossal challenges to be taken up. These files are named: Iran, Russia, Turkey, China, North Korea, Afghanistan & Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

 

Nagorno-Karabakh: Why did Putin wait for the fall of Chouchi to impose a ceasefire?

Nagorno-Karabakh: Why did Putin wait for the fall of Chouchi to impose a ceasefire?

The Russian President hates popular revolts in the former USSR. Whether it is Belarus today, or Armenia in 2018. The Velvet Revolution brought Nikol Pachinian to power. However, the current Prime Minister dares to criticise the Eurasian Economic Union, built around Russia, and is not indifferent to the sirens of the European Union.

 

Pakistan: How to cope with the predatory investments of the Chinese Economic Corridor?

Pakistan: How to cope with the predatory investments of the Chinese Economic Corridor?

The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the flagship project of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was launched nearly 5 years ago with much fanfare. However, over the last few years, the progress of the CPEC has been hampered by questions on the economic viability of these protests for Pakistan, China’s increasingly intrusive presence in the country and huge environmental concerns.