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Sinem Cengiz

Sinem Cengiz

Sinem Cengiz is a Turkish political analyst who specializes in Turkey’s relations with the Middle East.

18 Sep 2021

Turkey’s open door for refugees appears to be closing

11 Sep 2021

Iraqi Kurdistan may be new arena for Turkish-French rivalry

02 Jan 2021

Can 2021 bring ‘vaccine of hope’ for refugees?

28 Nov 2020

Will Turkey revise its foreign policy?

07 Nov 2020

Hope and fear in Turkey after devastating earthquake

10 Oct 2020

Kuwait starts new era after smooth leadership transition

30 Sep 2020

Sheikh Sabah leaves behind a solid legacy

23 May 2020

The pandemic exposes flaws and limits of the global power system

09 May 2020

Turkey, Greece and France jockey for position in post-war Syria

04 Apr 2020

If a life-threatening pandemic cannot unite Turkish society, what can?

28 Mar 2020

Syrian war, coronavirus and the aftermath

21 Mar 2020

Refugees must not become the forgotten victims of corona crisis

07 Mar 2020

Another moment of truth looms for Turkey and Russia in Syria

22 Feb 2020

Making sense of Turkey’s ever-changing foreign policy

25 Jan 2020

Women breaking the glass ceiling all over the world

18 Jan 2020

Turkey and Syria’s complex path to potential friendship

11 Jan 2020

Turkey treads a fine line amid US-Iran tensions

28 Dec 2019

Turkey moves to 2020 with a heavy agenda

14 Dec 2019

Turkey-Libya maritime deal raises tensions with neighbors

07 Dec 2019

What does the NATO squabbling mean for Turkey’s future in the alliance?

16 Nov 2019

Israel finds itself in a precarious position as it loses allies in Syria

09 Nov 2019

Russia has risen like a phoenix from the ashes of the Soviet Union

02 Nov 2019

Europe missed the train on Syria and is trying to play catch up

26 Oct 2019

US-Kurdish alliance dies in game of Russian roulette

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