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Sinem Cengiz

Sinem Cengiz is a Turkish political analyst who specializes in Turkey’s relations with the Middle East. 

Twitter: @SinemCngz

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Bosnia’s journey to hope through traces of war

Just as Beirut is described by many as the “Paris of the Middle East,” it would not be wrong to refer to Sarajevo as the “Beirut of Europe.”

August 16, 2019

Can ‘Ottoman grandson’ and new British PM boost Turkey-UK ties?

We Turks, like any other nationality in the Middle East, value familial bonds highly and tend to exaggerate things with the use of superlative adjectives.

July 26, 2019

Overpopulation remains one of the greatest threats to global stability

Thursday was World Population Day. It has been celebrated on July 11 every year since 1989, when it was established by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Program.

July 12, 2019