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Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”

Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”

I am sure as everyone has heard about the recent decision of President Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”. This atrocious decision, which has been made on last week’s Friday, is to indefinitely suspend the resettlement of Syrian refugees and temporarily ban people from seven predominantly Muslim nations from entering the United States. In a campaign statement, […]

Young Turks are interested in Korean culture

Young Turks are interested in Korean culture

Turkey and Korea are geographically far apart, but they are actually culturally very close. The phrase, “blood brothers” can be used to define the relationship of the two countries. Overall, Turks have a strongly positive approach toward Koreans. The Korean War was a milestone to this brotherhood and became part of the deep historical connection […]

A bit of (realistic) pessimism

A bit of (realistic) pessimism

The election of Donald Trump who, in spite of his hard-living tendencies, has been talking about meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for hamburgers, led to an increase in talks about a deal between Pyongyang and Washington. Nonetheless, as somebody who has dealt with North Korea for some 30 years, I have a rather pessimistic, […]

25th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Uzbekistan

25th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Uzbekistan

Botirjon Asadov / Uzbekistan Ambassador to South Korea This year the Republic of Korea and Uzbekistan celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. The foundation of bilateral relations between the two nations was laid on Dec. 30, 1991, when South Korea was among the first foreign countries to recognize Uzbekistan’s independence. Subsequently, […]

Arabian “Sex” Nights in the Gulf States

Arabian “Sex” Nights in the Gulf States

Until recent years, a special religious force, known with a long phrase entitled “The Authority to Call for Good Deeds, and Ask for not Doing Sins,” used to be seen in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s streets chasing women not wearing veils and punishing men who refused to close their shops to enroll themselves in […]

Significant Relations between Kyrgyzstan and Iran

Significant Relations between Kyrgyzstan and Iran

Iran and Kyrgyzstan have embarked on what international experts are calling a “new era” of bilateral relations. September 2015 marked the beginning of a strong friendship between the two nations when President Almazbek Atambayev of Kyrgyzstan paid the Islamic Republic of Iran an official visit. Experts add that this visit was of great significance for […]

Azerbaijan: Israel’s Shia and Secular Partner

Azerbaijan: Israel’s Shia and Secular Partner

The Caspian Basin has a great importance to be a home not only offshore hydro-carbon and gas researches but also conflict and proxy-military/diplomacy clashes. Caspian Basin and also Turkestan region, which cover whole territories from Chinese border through the Uzbek steps, were under control of Russian Imperial goals and continued after the Bolshevik governance until […]

Bollywood and India

Bollywood and India

Bollywood is like an insignia of India. Whether they like them or not, everyone knows about Bollywood films – replete with melodrama, song, and dance. Facebook posts show strange Bollywood connections. A new Spanish bride dancing to a Bollywood song on a street. German girls doing a Bollywood number on stage. Today, young men and […]

Does PKK use drug addicts to conduct suicide attacks?

Does PKK use drug addicts to conduct suicide attacks?

For the illegal Marxist organizations, a suicide attack is a last effort to stand up for themselves. Especially as a result of the successful operations in Eastern and South-eastern Anatolia against the organization, PKK has changed its strategy and started to go for suicide attacks by employing its urban settlements. In the previous periods there […]

Pakistan: CPEC opens doors to Chinese and Korean investors

Pakistan: CPEC opens doors to Chinese and Korean investors

Paul Kagame, the sixth President of Rwanda, took office in the year 2000 when his predecessor, Pasteur Bizimungu resigned. Kagame a former commander of the rebels who ended the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, once said: “In Africa today, we recognize that trade and investment, and not aid, are the pillars of development.” In fact, this principle […]

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