Tag: Turkey

Putin Might Be On His Way Out

Putin Might Be On His Way Out

Putin Might Be On His Way Out by George Friedman, Mauldin Economics Russian President Vladimir Putin recently did three very interesting things. First, he fired his long-time aide and chief of staff, Sergei Ivanov, and moved him to a lower […]

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The Turkish Coup Attempt, Russia, And The West

The Turkish Coup Attempt, Russia, And The West by EurasiaNet A EurasiaNet Partner Post from: RFE/RL Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan travels to St. Petersburg on August 9 to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin. They will focus on improving […]

Turkey’s Failed Coup Signals The End Of The European Union

Turkey’s Failed Coup Signals The End Of The European Union

Turkey’s Failed Coup Signals The End Of The European Union by David Galland And Stephen Mcbride, Garret/Galland Research Since the attempted putsch on July 15, President Erdogan has purged 9,000 military personnel, 6,000 police members, 3,000 judges, and over 15,000 teachers. Turkey’s […]

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Who is behind the coup in Turkey?

In mid-July, there was an attempted coup in Turkey. After few days of the fight, president Erdogan regained control of the situation and media found other topics to focus on but what happened in Turkey has huge geopolitical weight. Role […]