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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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Could an end to the Turkey-Armenia deadlock finally be in sight?

In an apparent breakthrough in the long-standing deadlock between Ankara and Yerevan, the two neighbors have pledged to appoint special envoys to pave the way for the normalization of Turkish-Armenian relations, after nearly three decades of enmity.

December 18, 2021

What a difference a year has made in Turkish-Gulf relations

As we approach the end of 2021, which is defined as a year of de-escalation and reconciliation, a review of Turkish-Gulf relations is important to give a better understanding of how the relationship has risen from rock bottom to reach a peak within the space of only a year.

December 10, 2021

New realities when it comes to Turkey and the Gulf

The pragmatic rapprochement between Turkey and some Gulf countries symbolizes the end of the cold war between them, and the start of a new era based on de-escalation and diplomacy.

November 19, 2021