Taha Ozhan

Taha Ozhan

Taha Ozhan is an academic and writer and is currently research director at Ankara Institute. He was chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the Turkish parliament and senior adviser to the prime minister. He holds a PhD in international relations and his latest book is Turkey and the Crisis of Sykes-Picot Order (2015).

 

US-Iran escalation

Does Turkey stand to gain after Soleimani's assassination?

There are both dangers and opportunities for Turkey in the latest Iran-US escalation.

Does Turkey stand to gain after Soleimani's assassination?

Turkey

How Trump is pushing Turkey and the EU closer together

Relations between Turkey and the EU have markedly improved in recent months and Trump has played a major role in that.

How Trump is pushing Turkey and the EU closer together

Opinion

Imposing a new order on the Gulf

The architects of the blockade on Qatar expect to be able to create a new geopolitical order in the Gulf.

Imposing a new order on the Gulf

US & Canada

Israel will lose by 'winning'

After last year's aid flotilla massacre, Israel wrongly believed it could continue operating under a 'legal umbrella'.

Israel will lose by 'winning'