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Mehmet Perinçek

Historian and political scientist (Turkey)

Expert materials

Russia’s evaluation of Greece as “unfriendly country” and Türkiye’s stance

Russia’s evaluation of Greece as “unfriendly country” and Türkiye’s stance

Moscow's new stance towards Athens opens a variety of political and military opportunities.
Arms struggle in Ukraine threatens the country, Europe and Türkiye – the US and a small elite in Kyiv benefits

Arms struggle in Ukraine threatens the country, Europe and Türkiye – the US and a small elite in Kyiv benefits

Interview to Sputnik on arms smuggle from Ukraine to Europe as well as to Syria to the hands of the PKK.
The Tehran Summit and beyond

The Tehran Summit and beyond

The revitalization of the Astana Process is presenting important decisions, opportunities and tasks that can beyond the region change the global balances.
“NATO’s enlargement is ‘Kurdistan’s’ expansion”

“NATO’s enlargement is ‘Kurdistan’s’ expansion”

Perinçek's inter to Cri Türk on NATO enlargement, Türkiye's position and the US strategy in Kaliningrad.
The US wants to use the so-called Kurdistan as a springboard against all of Eurasia

The US wants to use the so-called Kurdistan as a springboard against all of Eurasia

Perinçek's interview to Russian state channel OTR on Turkey's foreign policy
Turkey-NATO relations and Finland-Sweden crisis

Turkey-NATO relations and Finland-Sweden crisis

NATO produces crisis and conflict. Instead of pulling Sweden and Finland into that, it is time to think about a collective security system to protect Turkey, Europe and the whole world from US aggression.
Donbass Diaries, Part IV: How will the Russian military operation proceed?

Donbass Diaries, Part IV: How will the Russian military operation proceed?

And where will the “next Mariupol” be?
“We are at the end of unipolarity”

“We are at the end of unipolarity”

UWI expert Perinçek's interview to Tehran Times on the transition to a multipolar world in the context of the Ukraine crisis.
Donbass Diaries Part III: We managed to enter the power plant they called “the Second Chernobyl”

Donbass Diaries Part III: We managed to enter the power plant they called “the Second Chernobyl”

The Grandma with the Soviet flag, the first marriage siche begin of military operation, Western lies about nuclear plant and the actual truth on location..And British citizens formerly fighting in Syria captured and put on trial in Donetsk.
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