Abdulaziz Ahmet Yasar is a producer at TRT World.
The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) Summit in the Swiss Mountains will be held from January 22 to 25. As some political leaders choose not to attend, many ask what the WEF has achieved so far and what purpose it serves.
A new report accuses Saudi Arabia of antagonising and blackmailing its citizens through social media and its consulates, months after journalist Jamal Khashoggi was lured to the Saudi consulate in Turkey and killed.
US Ambassador Richard Grenell openly threatened German companies with penalties for building gas pipeline Nord Stream II and wants Qatar to challenge Russian dominance in gas exports to Europe.
South Korea and its neighbours have strict immigration laws that make it hard for asylum seekers to find a permanent home - but hopes are high as these East Asian nations face a population crisis.
Israel wants to exploit the benefits of a potential relationship with Africa. But it does not want Africans to come to Israel.
Experts have a mixed forecast for the new year, predicting there will be no danger of crisis in the European Union, but warning there will be slower growth.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is in Turkey for a two-day official visit. Though both nations have cooperated over security efforts for decades, this meeting could offer the chance of a new and deeper partnership.
US President Donald Trump’s relationship with the Saudi Crown Prince is special. Some see it as embarrassing for both of them, others as a series of 'win-wins’.
Former high-profile officials of the Israeli administration suggest Tel Aviv should remain silent on Riyadh’s agenda in Yemen and the Khashoggi killing for potential profits.
The United States has the second highest death rate by firearms globally. Now guns are also affecting a significant number of children.
Military spending has increased in several countries of the Middle East, especially Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Iran. China uses the opportunity to flood their markets with cheap drones, as proxy-wars rage in the region.
The attack on the Christmas market in France's eastern city of Strasbourg has increased security concerns with the French Interior Ministry cancelling public protests.
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