The Duran – News in Review – Episode 83.
What do Russia, Turkey and Iran have in common?
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 81.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's populist economic policies have finally caught up to him.
US sanctions negatively affect the economies of the targeted countries, but they also push the nations hit by them to move closer to each other.
Over the past several months, sitting here in Moscow, it has become increasingly obvious that while the US Dollar is unquestionably the world’s leading and liquid...
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 76.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad continues to restore order in his country after many years of a brutal civil war, thanks to Russian help.
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 69.
The role of Matthew Nimetz in the longstanding conflict between Greece and its northern neighbor may purportedly be that of an impartial mediator, but his past...
Wars do not require military violence to become acts of hostility
A major part of handling the Syria situation is acknowledging the Syrian government's legitimacy and right to territorial integrity
The Duran – News in Review – Episode 33.
The Turkish president realizes a victory granting him extended powers
Erdoğan's re-election and grip on power undermined by growing economic crisis
The US is on a mission to stoke the violence inside Syria in order to justify its intervention
Ankara intends to put them into active service and implement their functionality at the earliest necessity
Trump is single handedly repolarizing the world's balance of power
Erdogan is probably wishes he'd just stayed out of the whole mess by now
Over 3,000 residents of the island of Lesvos, which has been inundated with migrants, protested the current state of the island during the recent visit of...
Europe's governments and Soros funding sponsor human trafficking
Now that Pashinyan has the power that he sought, what will he do with it?
Cyprus is an amazing place. Naturally, the island republic is beautiful, very warm and sunny, which makes it a very attractive tourist destination, particularly for people...
The political crisis in Armenia had clear internal causes and is unlikely in the long term to effect Armenia's close relationship with Russia
Well meaning Armenians have no idea that their grievances are being played upon by international interests like a pawn on a global chess board
Stoltenberg says Greece-Turkey tensions: "Not an issue for NATO"
Erdogan welcomes Syria strikes against Assad regime.
When a nation's own security interests are stake, nobody cares what Washington thinks
The fight against terrorism isn't real issue with all of this, but merely the premise used to justify American empire building
Sultan Erdogan disrespects Orthodox Christians on Easter week.
Erdogan refuses to back down from threatening Greek islands and Cypriot interests - What kind of EU or NATO partner nation is this?
Two Greek soldiers captured by Turkey continue to be held in a maximum security prison pending trial, face five years in prison.
Turkey faces a choice: align with Russia or stick with NATO. What are the implications for Greece, Cyprus, and the geopolitical map of the region?
America wants to financially starve Russia's military hardware business
"The bottom of the Aegean Sea is full of their grandparents” Erdogan's ally stated, referencing Greeks killed in Smyrna.
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