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How much market orthodoxy Turkish strongman can swallow is now the question.
Demands Turkish president entirely ends “illegal occupation” of Syrian lands prior to any face to face talks.
Saudi Arabia and Iran agreed to restore diplomatic ties on March 10, bringing an end to seven years of conflict between the two nations in a deal brokered by China that is expected to have wide-ranging consequences.
In the wake of its invasion of Ukraine, Russia is now the most-sanctioned country in the world, with 14,081 sanctions on Russian individuals and entities currently in place.
Of the 6.3bn people who reside outside of liberal democracies, 70% have a positive view of China and 66% of Russia.
Upsurge in gangsterism may be linked to unending “wealth amnesties” that attract foreign mafiosi to the country.
Thousands injured. Death toll seen as likely to rise. Millions of people across Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus and Israel felt the earthquake.
By sending Russia drones, military advisors and perhaps ballistic missiles, Tehran seen as making it plain that it regards the Islamic Republic’s interests as intertwined with those of Moscow.
Attacks come as Turkey’s president Erdogan prepares country for another dizzying U-turn when it comes to Syrian counterpart and foe Assad.
Russia's invasion was born out of a principled decision made by the West not to accept the Kremlin's demands, but there was a pragmatic choice, too, that could have headed off the crisis. Ukraine was never offered Nato membership, so say so.
The recent Russian invasion of Ukraine is having a disruptive economic impact on the MENA region by driving up global wheat prices, which will impose yet more financial burdens on an already cash-strapped Egypt, the world's largest wheat importer.
Tensions are high and there is talk of a possible invasion of Ukraine by Russia. But what would that actually look like? How much destruction would it cause and how many people would die?
Thirty accused of tweeting disinformation about president’s health. Syrians face deportation. Israelis deny sharing video mocking Ankara’s lack of combat aircraft.
Wayward monetary policy dives deeper into uncharted territory. Turkey may be in for a “hardcore” crisis. The Erdogan succession talk is growing louder.
Fresh wave of migrants from Afghanistan crossing Turkish border will, meanwhile, only add grist to the mill of Europe’s populists.
A few days ago China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi spent three days visiting President Bashar al Assad in Syria, the first foreign dignitary the Syrian president has hosted since the start of his new term.
Young men fleeing Taliban via mountainous trek. Bus carrying migrants overturns, killing 12.
Russia is back as a military force and in the last 15 years it has pushed to re-establish itself in the Mediterranean, with unexpected success.