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Güney Yildiz

Turkish-French Culture War over Islamist Radicalism and Islamophobia May Unite Europe against Turkey

Conflict between Paris and Ankara over apparently symbolic issues could cost Turkey much more dearly than its geopolitical feuds with its Western partners, argues Güney Yildiz.

Point of View, 06.11.2020
Sinem Adar

The Row over Islam between Ankara and Paris: What Lies Beneath?

The spat between Erdoğan and Macron over Islam is driven by broader issues. Ankara is pushing back against French efforts to curb its influence over the Turkish diaspora and seeking leadership in the Sunni world. Sinem Adar argues that Europe’s leaders should act prudently.

Point of View, 04.11.2020
Susan Bergner

Launch of Germany’s new global health strategy

Germany’s new global health strategy provides a solid foundation for political action, yet it lacks a forward-looking approach. There is still time to develop a policy with foresight, says Susan Bergner.

Point of View, 02.11.2020
Gil Murciano

The Abraham Accords: An invitation to rethink the Arab-Israeli conflict

The Abraham Accords between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) may have started as a PR stunt, but regional and global circumstances have turned them into a potential game changer. Europe should assist in leveraging them to reengage with the Palestinian issue, writes Gil Murciano.

Point of View, 08.10.2020
Sabine Fischer, Astrid Sahm

Belarus: Is There a Way Out of the Crisis?

The protests over the outcome of the presidential election in Belarus continue unabated. Initiatives to resolve the political crisis through dialogue have come to naught. Sabine Fischer and Astrid Sahm outline possible steps out of the crisis.

Point of View, 17.09.2020
Volker Perthes

What Trump will be leaving behind if he leaves

Should Joe Biden win the election, he will not turn the wheel of history back to the Obama era. Europe must help the United States to regain its lost reputation, says Volker Perthes.

Point of View, 15.09.2020
Kirsten Westphal, Maria Pastukhova, Jacopo Maria Pepe

Nord Stream 2: Leverage Against Russia?

The future of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline is in the spotlight following the poisoning of Alexei Navalny. Tough political decisions are on the table. Kirsten Westphal, Maria Pastukhova and Jacopo Maria Pepe identify four aspects that need to be considered.

Point of View, 14.09.2020
Sabine Fischer

Between Neighbours: How Does Russia View the Election Aftermath in Belarus?

After the contested election in Belarus, Moscow continues to support President Lukashenka. How do Russian actors view developments in Belarus? How will the Kremlin respond? Answers from Sabine Fischer.

Point of View, 13.08.2020
Susanne Dröge

The EU’s CO2 Border Adjustment: Climate or Fiscal Policy?

The EU plans to use a CO2 border adjustment on imports to improve its budget. In so doing, it risks eroding the instrument’s credibility as a response to climate change, argues Susanne Dröge.

Point of View, 05.08.2020
Salim Çevik

Political Implications of the Hagia Sophia Reconversion

With his announcement that the Hagia Sophia will be reconverted into a mosque, Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan is seeking to foment identity conflict for political gain. Thus far, the opposition has avoided the trap and declined to enter this fight. Salim Çevik argues that Europe should do the same.

Point of View, 17.07.2020
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