The March 5 agreement will likely follow the fate of all previous Idlib deals and fall apart soon.
Galip Dalay is an IPC-Mercator Fellow at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) and non-resident fellow at the Brookings In... stitution, Doha Center. Dalay is also with History Faculty at the University of Oxford.
There will be some changes and a lot of continuity in Turkey’s foreign policy after July 9.
Can common concerns about US policies in the Middle East and Kurdish statehood ambitions bring Turkey and Iran together?
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are trying to solve their legitimacy issues by forming an anti-Qatari bloc.
Despite the fall of Aleppo and the Russian-Turkish-Iranian diplomatic drive, the Syrian war is not about to end soon.
Turkey and the US still take very different positions on the fighting Kurdish forces in Syria.
Wedding bombing highlights need to find a political settlement to the Syrian crisis and Turkey’s Kurdish issue.
The government should have a well-developed plan for dealing with the country’s major issues.
When people of all persuasions stood against it, they turned a dark night into a bright morning for Turkish democracy.