05 Apr 2021
Until 1980, Elections in Turkey were mostly held in normal time. However, all the 7 elections held after 1980 were organized approximately one year before the normal time specified in the Constitution. There are many reasons why the general elections held after 1980 were organized before the 5-year
04 Apr 2021
While the subject of sanction to Turkey was not on the agenda at the summit, in the final declaration published after the summit, emphasis was placed on Turkey about the Eastern Mediterranean, Cyprus issue, refugees, and fundamental rights. The Republic of Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs made the
01 Apr 2021
The legislative election in Israel took place on the 23rd of March 2021 and it was the country’s fourth election organized in only two years. The Israeli unicameral legislature, Knesset, is made up of 120 seats. Therefore, for a party or for a coalition to obtain a majority, a number of at least 6
29 Mar 2021
Introduction Women’s Protection Treaty or the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women was opened for signature for the first time in Istanbul on May 11, 2011, and it is better known as the Istanbul Convention. Turkey was the first country to ratify the tr
26 Mar 2021
Since the 23rd of March, 2021 the Suez Canal has been completely blocked by the Ever-Given container ship, which is owned by a Japanese trade company and operated by a Taiwanese one. It has a length of 400 meters and a carrying capacity of 20 000 containers, which accounts for 224 000 tonnes. The ca
24 Mar 2021
On March 23rd, 2021, the Government of National Unity (GNU) was officially handed over power and all authorities in the eastern region by the Interim Government of Abdullah Al-Thani in Benghazi.  The deputy prime minister of the GNU, Hussein Al-Gotrani, announced after receiving control over the
23 Mar 2021
On March 22, 2021, Saudi Arabia presented a new peace initiative to end the war in Yemen, including a nationwide ceasefire and the reopening of air and sea links. The initiative, announced by Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al SAUD, includes reopening of Sanaa airport, and allow f