Why’s Turkey Regularly Targeted by Alt-Media’s Disinformation Campaigns?

Why’s Turkey Regularly Targeted by Alt-Media’s Disinformation Campaigns?

Those who dare to question anti-Turkish disinformation, let alone debunk it with easily verifiable and factual pieces of evidence, are viciously attacked in ad hominem ways that include baseless accusations of being ‘Russophobic’, ‘Zionist’, and/or a ‘Turkish agent’ among many others. This is the exact same pattern that’s observed whenever it comes to the AMC’s…

Nuclear Power Causing Disagreements in the EU

Nuclear Power Causing Disagreements in the EU

Amid the world’s forced turn toward nuclear power and energy crisis, Europe had given serious thought to nuclear power’s future on the continent. Currently, 31 countries operate nuclear power plants. The peak in nuclear power generation was recorded in 2006 (2,660 TWh), but overall, the share of nuclear power in global electrical power generation decreased from…

Where Does NATO Enlargement End?

Where Does NATO Enlargement End?

After the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 and the Warsaw Pact dissolved, the breakup of the USSR began. But the dissolution did not stop with the 14 Soviet “republics” declaring their independence of Moscow. Decomposition had only just begun. Transnistria broke away from Moldova. South Ossetia and Abkhazia seceded from Georgia. Chechnya broke free of…

China and Russia Are Teaming Up Against NASA in the Race to Put a Base on the Moon

China and Russia Are Teaming Up Against NASA in the Race to Put a Base on the Moon

America may have got to the Moon first, but now, with much more than simply bragging rights at stake, Beijing and Moscow are joining forces to gain the first lunar foothold of the 21st century. When Apollo 11 landed on the Moon in 1969, it was one of, if not the most, iconic moments in…

Securitized Competition with China Is Working Against America

Securitized Competition with China Is Working Against America

In November 2021, U.S. president Joe Biden and Chinese president Xi Jinping held their first face-to-face meeting on managing great power competition and averting a “new Cold War.” The talks, however, failed to produce a diplomatic breakthrough. There was no agreement on substantive policy issues such as arms control, the coronavirus pandemic, climate change, and…